Tuesday, October 31, 2006


I got fixed! Watch it here. Special guest appearance by Docteur GĂ©nessier.

(Note: in honor of Halloween, candy, and the deluge of Christmas items now avaliable at fine local retailers, this is not part of the body triptych.)

Monday, October 23, 2006

theseus's ship

"Behind the message of self-improvement is, of course, the message that you should be anxious about what you do not have yet and who you should be."

The second part of the body triptych. Click here to watch a magical blend of infomerical, watered-down theory, and a Morrisey-tastic non-sequitur. Special thanks to Brock Muench, Sam Caster, and Tim Hau.

Music: Morrissey, "You Have Killed Me".

Text adapted from Practices of Looking, "The Manufacturing of Desire" by Marita Sturken and Lisa Cartwright.

Sunday, October 15, 2006


I have decided to do a triptych on the body, specifically mine. This first part, deals with my experiences with bulimia. In my experience, representations of eating disorders are poorly constructed and oversimplifications of these diseases, thus I submit my interpretation to you. It does not make me uncomfortable to let people know, but I understand if it makes you uncomfortable to know. If so, I am sorry. And, if it is not already apparent, I want to make this very clear: I am not doing this to glean pity, so please don't tell me you're sorry or give me sympathetic comments. For the love of god, do not tell me that I am "brave". Judge this as you would any other art object.

PS: I was planning to do this before I saw Matt's piece. I swear. Another unintentional mime.

Click here to play. Thanks to Mika Kibburz for her camera.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

true story

Click here to play video.

For one R. Standfest. The softer side of Lucca.

And for whatever it's worth, advice.

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

victoria's secret

Click here to view. Special thanks to S. Ross and R. Standfest.