Monday, July 27, 2009

Friday, July 24, 2009

new video

Monday, July 20, 2009

music mood

if my music mood was a color right now it would be the color of a hologram.

the videos arent really relevant i just think its easier to listen to music on a you tube.

how much do you love the -girl with a good dancey voice and dude who doesnt sing but has a deep voice like a robot with ripped abs-songs of the 90s! I DO I DO I DO.
..untz untz

AND this song...any song that starts with words that arent really words is a hit. DABBA dabba de.
plus, i feel that when i heard this song when i was like 13 i felt that she was really speaking to me and that it really was my night and that everything WAS gonna be alright and whoa oh. DANCE FREE TIL THE MORNING LIGHT my friends

i really love this next song because they remixed one of the cheesiest songs with some crazy acid trip dance fit that i cant help but be excited. I sometimes think that a perfect balance is one of cheese and crazy.

goodnight dancing queens.
na t t tttttttttttttt UH le he he eeee

Sunday, July 19, 2009

francis and the lights

i just saw this band randomly and have to say that i was extremely surprised and into it. this man can move and sing.
i would say its a perfect mixture of morrissey, david byrne, prince, and jerry lee lewis!
amazing even though i am deathly ill of a weird central nervous system virus that is making me hate life. lets not talk about it cause its freaking me out ok. Thank you francis for shedding some light on my dim existence at the moment.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Photos circa july 2007

Monday, July 13, 2009


This last weekend i made my way over to PS1 for the summer Warmup Party (which was a dance party tribute to the amazing composer/disco God Arthur Russell) and I stumbled upon the work of jonathan horowitz..whose work i had never seen before. I have to say that i thought about it..alot. It was enough to get my brain ticking and also my senses moving....i especially loved his video/installation SILENT MOVIE in which there was a video mashup of scenes from Tommy, The MIracle Worker, and others that were completely silent except for when the automatic piano was playing randomly..Its amazing how music is a part of a cinematic experience! awesome..check it out i guess. Or google it if you are a lazy assssssss.

heres what the site says about ittttt
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center presents Jonathan Horowitz: And/Or, the first solo exhibition of the New York-based artist at a New York museum. Working in video, sculpture, sound installation, and photography, Horowitz critically examines the cultures of politics, celebrity, cinema, war, and consumerism. The exhibition will include works ranging from the early 1990s to the present, on view in the 1st Floor Main Galleries, with an additional work concurrently on view at The Museum of Modern Art in the 2nd Floor Café.
From found footage, Horowitz visually and spatially juxtaposes elements from film, television, and the media to reveal connections and breakdowns between these overlapping modes of communication. In many works, these concerns are couched in the language of technology. In his video projection Maxell (1990), the image of the well-known videocassette brand logo plays from a tape copied many times over; the word deteriorates into a blur of static as the information on the tape erodes. Horowitz also notes the value systems inherent in media by establishing a sculptural presence for his video works, where VHS tapes and television monitors are positioned as objects on metal stands.
Horowitz repositions news publications like Life and Time, evocative of wholesome American ideals, to draw subversive connections. This critical eye includes current political references: a maudlin oversized novelty figurine is entitled Hillary Clinton is a Person Too (2008). Other work addresses the inverted politics of celebrity activism, whereby celebrities align themselves with particular issues in order to construct and reclaim their identities. Media-generated imagery of icons Elizabeth Taylor, Jane Fonda, and Helen Keller, not unlike those used by Warhol, is combined with quotations expressing political conviction, resulting in a new form of humanist Pop portraiture. Horowitz likewise applies this same humanist strategy to his work in other mediums: minimalist-style sculptures such as Tofu on Pedestal in Gallery and Two-Sided Monument similarly communicate the artist’s signature combination of subjectivity, pathos, and humor.

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Saturday, July 11, 2009


Tonight at A.S.S. (terrence blows gallery) Is the closing show for The Butt in ASS show..and i have a video that Kathryn Garcia and I have collaborated on...its really of my most prized and funny videos..Its the one with hot thug boys and and the f-word. hope to see you all there tonight is last chance to see it! 7-9pm at A.S.S on canal

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Brooklyn is Burning

Hell lO

This sunday in brooklyn i have a video in a show that is going to be really fun! It has been an ongoing show for 3 years now and the videos and performances have always been amazing!!!

289 Kent Ave. (btw S1 St. and S2nd St. Williamsburg),
Brooklyn, New York (718) 599-1450

L train To Bedford Avenue

Participating artists Theo Adams, Skip Arnold, Jakob Axelman, Andres Bedoya, Cara Benedetto,
Jared Buckhiester, Corinne Dolle aka Coco, Juan Pablo Echeverri, Monica Elkelv and Darren Smith, Kathryn Ferguson,Kathryn Garcia, Desiree Holman, Katarzyna Kozyra, Lennie Lee, Nadja Verena Marcin, Alex McQuilkin, Narcissister, NRG People,Omega Jargen, Joe Ovelman, Natalie Rodgers, Joshua Sanchez , Scottee, Marnie Weber, Dena Yago, Rona Yefman, Yozmit & more...

some of the artists participating are among my favorite contemporaries!!!

theo adams!

marnie weber!