Tuesday, November 16, 2010

for men only

boys playing
13 x 20, oil on shellacked paper 
(c) 2010 sioban lombardi

You are free. You no longer have a mortgage nor any loans to pay. There’s no grass that needs cutting, nor a walk to be shoveled. You no longer have a spouse, partner, and/or family to support. You don’t have aging parents to worry about. There’s no more tuition to pay. You have adequate money. You don’t have to answer to a boss, or a client, or a customer. You don’t have any competitors. Your health is excellent. You can eat what you want, sleep when you want, read what you want, go where you want, see who you want, and do what you want. Whenever you want. What do you want? Please tell me, I’m interested.

Please provide as many answers as you want to the following questions in the comments section. You may answer anonymously.

What would you do?

Where would you go?

How would you get there?

What would you own?

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

11.9 likes and dislikes

Seven Days in the Art World, Sarah Thornton
One-Dimensional Man, Herbert Marcuse

Listening to:
Old mystery dramas on itunes radio

Luc Tuymans
homemade soup
the smell of burning leaves
my bed
Easter Seals Society
cloudy days
M-W-F morning check in calls

video (except William Kentridge, Kate Gilmore and Bill Viola)
a lot of romantic fiction
inflated qualifications
cling wrap
Christmas before Thanksgiving
injected lips
the tea party
the views of Sen. Jim DeMint

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

please be inconvenienced…

You're probably very busy today. But before you convince yourself that you have no time to VOTE, please remember the countless numbers of men and women who gave their lives so that we could have the privilege of being inconvenienced today.