3 June

business card
1983.06.03

2 = odd, Dick   011   012   013   014   015
multi Ingrid   0280
1984.06.03

Self Portrait IV begins
1990.06.03

works on paper
Hey Art...
priorities/scheduling
1996.06.03

V80 art and drawings
on glass collages
2001.06.03

Re: reenacting ye olde England
2004.06.03 11:53

Unknowing
2006.06.03 10:09
precursive art
2006.06.03 11:09

photography
2016.06.03

zero four five   3233s
2017.06.03

photography
2017.06.03


2016.06.03 12:25



2004.06.03 11:53
Re: reenacting ye olde England
After the nuptials 20 June 2004, Dennis and Eva will be spending a 21 day honeymoon in Baghdad. "Clowns to the left of me. Jokers to the right. Here I am, stuck in the middle with you."


2006.06.03 10:09
Unknowing
One of the books I wanted to get at the library last Tuesday was Robbe-Grillet's For a New Novel: Essays on Fiction. Several copies of the book were there for the borrowing, but they looked a little too old, and then I noticed a newer book Unknowing: The Work of Modern Fiction by Philip Weinstein a couple of inches to the left. A quick look at the contents page of Unknowing convinced me to borrow Unknowing instead of For a New Novel: Essays on Fiction.


2006.06.03
precursive art
Before there was Museum Studies 7 at the Philadelphia Museum of Art May 17, 2003 - July 27, 2003...
...there was Museum Studies 6.1 at Museumpeace 2002.10.28 and Museum Studies 6.2 at Museumpeace 2002.11.30.

Image captures of the video playing within Museum Studies 7 with superimposition of the cracks of The Large Glass, 2003.06.10.
In tandem with the above images Duchamp is saying, "There is a symmetry in the cracking, the two crackings are symmetrically arranged and there is more, almost an intention there, an extra--a curious intention that I am not responsible for, a ready-made intention, in other words, that I love and respect," which earlier inspired "Primarily Not Duchamp" at Venue November 1993.
Fathers and Fathers' Father, Growing Pains, Winning


2017.06.03 15:50



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