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  1. whoa again!

    see what happens when I dont’ read the whole thing first?
    Ms. Jefferson felt the weakness of Cindy Sherman’s images only served to strengthen others…like yours.
    Great mention.

    Pretty cool, man.

  2. whoa again!

    see what happens when I dont’ read the whole thing first?
    Ms. Jefferson felt the weakness of Cindy Sherman’s images only served to strengthen others…like yours.
    Great mention.

    Pretty cool, man.

  3. Congrats on a nice call-out.

    Now you need to post museum info for your New York area readers who want to see your work and this show for themselves:


    International Center for Photography
    1114 Sixth Ave at 43rd St
    Tuesday – Saturday 10 am – 5 pm (’til 8 pm Fridays and 6 pm on weekends)
    Admission $10; voluntary pay-what-you-can admission Fridays 5 – 8 pm

    And a question:

    Why three of them?

  4. Congrats on a nice call-out.

    Now you need to post museum info for your New York area readers who want to see your work and this show for themselves:


    International Center for Photography
    1114 Sixth Ave at 43rd St
    Tuesday – Saturday 10 am – 5 pm (’til 8 pm Fridays and 6 pm on weekends)
    Admission $10; voluntary pay-what-you-can admission Fridays 5 – 8 pm

    And a question:

    Why three of them?

  5. Unholy Trinity? Three Weird Sisters? Bunnies know from multiplication?

    boichick and I are trying to arrange a date where we can head up together and see the show. Wanna do the lunch thang?

  6. Unholy Trinity? Three Weird Sisters? Bunnies know from multiplication?

    boichick and I are trying to arrange a date where we can head up together and see the show. Wanna do the lunch thang?

  7. Opening the LJ bluebook. Why 3?

    Despite the identical pose (and being bunnies, not monkies) my first thought is:

    Hear no evil.
    See no evil.
    Speak no evil.

    As mixed race has almost universally been held to be a great wrong or evil.

    But then again it’s been a while since I’ve analyzed anything other than architecture.

  8. Opening the LJ bluebook. Why 3?

    Despite the identical pose (and being bunnies, not monkies) my first thought is:

    Hear no evil.
    See no evil.
    Speak no evil.

    As mixed race has almost universally been held to be a great wrong or evil.

    But then again it’s been a while since I’ve analyzed anything other than architecture.

  9. Re: Opening the LJ bluebook. Why 3?

    Hear no evil….

    I had the very same thought, although their arms are not pinned where the would be.

    One would be cute. Three is disturbing.

  10. Re: Opening the LJ bluebook. Why 3?

    Hear no evil….

    I had the very same thought, although their arms are not pinned where the would be.

    One would be cute. Three is disturbing.

  11. Re: Opening the LJ bluebook. Why 3?

    “One would be cute. Three is disturbing.”

    Truly. In the NYTimes article, the image was of one. It had this cuteness, and something else, in the context of the article. Posting the image of all 3 gives a whole different feel. Disturbing was one of my thoughts.

    The other thought was about family. Two of my nephews and my niece are mixed race. When I saw these bunnies I thought of the three kids as toddlers. They each went thru a time where they were very clear who they identified with. Although all with fabulous dark mocha skin and wild hair, the oldest said he was white like mommy. He was angry he didn’t have his mother’s pin straight hair. The other two, when they reached his age identified “black like daddy.” It wasn’t a blurred image to any of them at the time. Either white or black. Now I’ve noticed, as they get older, they are embracing the ambiguity. Interesting.

  12. Re: Opening the LJ bluebook. Why 3?

    “One would be cute. Three is disturbing.”

    Truly. In the NYTimes article, the image was of one. It had this cuteness, and something else, in the context of the article. Posting the image of all 3 gives a whole different feel. Disturbing was one of my thoughts.

    The other thought was about family. Two of my nephews and my niece are mixed race. When I saw these bunnies I thought of the three kids as toddlers. They each went thru a time where they were very clear who they identified with. Although all with fabulous dark mocha skin and wild hair, the oldest said he was white like mommy. He was angry he didn’t have his mother’s pin straight hair. The other two, when they reached his age identified “black like daddy.” It wasn’t a blurred image to any of them at the time. Either white or black. Now I’ve noticed, as they get older, they are embracing the ambiguity. Interesting.

  13. My pleasure. I was thinking about this article last night and beaming with happiness for you.

    Yes, let’s start talking again. Not sure who dropped the ball — I thought I had. You’ve probably caught glimpses of my current situation. I’ve made my decision and seem to slowly be getting my head out of my ass… Feels better to see the sunlight a little. It’s both exhilarating and crazy-making to proactively consider the future again.

    I’ll drop you a line in the next day or two. Feel free to drop one to me as well.

  14. My pleasure. I was thinking about this article last night and beaming with happiness for you.

    Yes, let’s start talking again. Not sure who dropped the ball — I thought I had. You’ve probably caught glimpses of my current situation. I’ve made my decision and seem to slowly be getting my head out of my ass… Feels better to see the sunlight a little. It’s both exhilarating and crazy-making to proactively consider the future again.

    I’ll drop you a line in the next day or two. Feel free to drop one to me as well.

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