state & mind

31.1.12

(Arakawa, 1968)


The museum of Conceptual Art opened on Wednesday, March 18 in San Francisco's Market Street district with a participation piece in which buckets of paint were given to the guests to paint the walls white.

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19.12.11



(stills from The Strange Story of Joe Meek)

16.12.11

Barbara Bloom's Letraset Signatures 1989

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14.12.11


(Stills from Garlic Is As Good As Ten Mothers, 1980)

"Eleanor Roosevelt, to keep her memory sharp, ate 3 cloves of garlic a day dipped in chocolate"

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29.11.11



This is one of the last places in Amsterdam that still sell letraset, amazing serviceby the owner, a dapper Dutch Ted Danson, today he was wearing a baby blue turtle neck skivvy with a dashing light brown blazer.

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3.11.11

The absence of my chair, Marinus Zoezem, 1968

18.10.11

(Still from Sitcom, Fran├žois Ozon, 1998)

Floatational Perspectives  ie. "another day in paradise"... 



(Still from Interiors Trailer)

Pearl: I prefer a warmer climate. I even lived in Australia for a year with my sister Faye, when Adam died, but I went nuts! Its dead there.
Mike: I was in Sydney Australia once. 
Pearl: Was I lying? Did you like it? 
Mike: Well it was just a vacation you know. I was only there a coupla days. 
Pearl: Lucky. It's like a morgue. Nothing to do at night; no pizzazz. I couldn't take that. 


(Still from The Seventh Continent, Haneke, 1989)


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16.9.11





While stumbling home one evening we came across a box of freebies and in it was this miscellaneous art publication called Blind from 1989 designed by Mevis and Van Deursen. From it this was the most interesting, a series of photos called 'Art Dealers Opt. Test' by David Robbins. Other contributions included short stories about dial up internet relationships.


15.9.11

28.8.11


20.8.11



Grupa TOK performance, Serbia '73

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31.7.11

the menu at Gordan Matta-Clark's FOOD restaurant, 1971




30.7.11

contents page of Claude Cahun's semi-journal Disavowals.




27.7.11

Ira Cohen's 'GNAOUA' published in Tangier,
printed in Belgium (?), 1964

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20.7.11

Reodelius worked as a chef in a nudist holiday camp in Corsica.

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19.7.11


(part of the transcript from My Dinner with Andre)


18.7.11