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  1. congratulations

    Wow. This gives me a much better sense of your current show! I suspect that you might have different reads of the work, but it’s elucidating nevertheless.

    With awe and respect!

  2. i never really thought of rabbits as being particularly male, but when i paused at those words of perreault, something clicked in my brain, and the world shifted in some as yet undefinable way, but a way for the better, i think. thank you.

  3. Well, I guess my contribution to the currency of your show was right on time. Tyler Green, the other art blogist on ArtsJournal, has me (Miami Art Exchange) as one of his feature blogs this month. That was part of the reason I posted on LJ; I had already posted on Miami Art Exchange’s Art Blog. 🙂 I really appreciate getting a better sense of your work. Do you know Doug Ashford? I worked with him at Vermont College when I was working on my MFA. Your work sounds like you might have run into him in the city (formerly a member of Group Material).

  4. I know Doug well – I met him when Group Material was doing thier AIDS timeline in SF in ’89 (I think). He has always been unfailingly generous towards me. I last saw him and his son at an opening in Bed Stuy last June.

    Thanks for mentioning the show!

  5. That’d be awesome…

    Ed Luce
    5540 Jericho Hill Road
    Alfred Station, NY 14803

    P.S. It appears I scared you off with my playful insinuations regarding your hats from the Penny Pincher! Or maybe that bit of info was just buried in a comment post. Either way, they’s in. Two: black and blue. What you want done with ’em?

  6. Re: Doug

    Doug is great. The sememster I worked with him for my studio work I wanted to do a canoe trip. He said yes, I could. It turned out to be really a good thing because I found some great “stuff” and the local artist mentor I worked with that term had actually lived where I took the canoe trip, Myakka River State Park (back when he was living on the Gulf Coast). I’m still planning and doing canoe trips for much the same reasons (looking for vulture habitats among other things) only along the St. Lucie River near Stuart, FL.

  7. I know Doug well – I met him when Group Material was doing thier AIDS timeline in SF in ’89 (I think). He has always been unfailingly generous towards me. I last saw him and his son at an opening in Bed Stuy last June.

    Thanks for mentioning the show!

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