Spread from Two Years - available online starting the end of next week as well as the fourteen-nineteen table at the NY Art Book Fair.
Buy this and keep an eye on Ryan at all times
Siskel & Ebert Review Blue Velvet (1986)
Ebert: If a guy wants to play me like a piano he better get some music that’s worth listening to
Siskel: I think this is a good song
"…[E]nslavement to jargon, whether inherited or invented, is, certainly, a bad quality in any writer, whether he be a philosopher or not. It curtails the number of people who can understand and criticise his writings; so it tends to make his own thinking run in a private groove. The use of avoidable jargons is bad literary manners and bad pedagogic policy, as well as being detrimental to the writer’s own wits."
Gilbert Ryle, “Ordinary Language,” Philosophical Review 62, no. 2 (Apr., 1953): 181. (via torreywei)
I have a solo exhibition opening this Friday, Sept. 5th from 5-8pm at Western Exhibitions: The Pleasure of Getting Lost
Come by and say hi!
A group exhibition Curated by Adam Kremer. Presented by V1 Gallery and Bad News at Black Bear Bar.
Works by Meg T Noe, Harry Gould Harvey IV, Daniel Shea
Opening reception Friday September 5th 20.00 - 22.00
Bad News at Black Bear Bar, 70 N6 Street, Brooklyn NY
New things available at my Big Cartel!
Lake Michigan (44) book
3” x 4” Black and White
full bleed images
hand bound saddle stitch binding
grey card stock cover
small collection of flatbed scans of an inkjet print of an original photograph of Lake Michigan
Lake Michigan (44) Scan 24” x 32” tiled poster
black and white
printed on grey 110lb card stock
Image is composed of twelve 8”x8” sections
this image was created using a flatbed scanner to manipulate an original photograph of Lake Michigan