Monthly Archives: May 2012

Stop in Motion.

Most of my weekends recently are spent on stop motion. The Memorial Day weekend was no exception. My buddies (including never resting, exceptionally prolific Bill Plympton) went to beach to catch some sun and wind but I went to work. … Continue reading

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How Stop Motion Spins it’s Wheels.

Stop motion spins it’s wheels. If it doesn’t spin it’s own wheels, it spins yours. There is a scene in “Rocks In My Pockets” where one of the characters, a smart young lady, has to decide where to submit her … Continue reading

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N Train Karma.

Karma is everywhere. Even on N train, although N stands for ‘never’, remember? The train that never comes. Last Sunday’s morning found me in my boyfriend’s bed, in East Village. We had to eat breakfast quickly and run to Brooklyn … Continue reading

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Binary System.

0 and 1 work well for making various files on your computer. I regard rejection and acceptance as a similar binary system that creates powerful feedback on your artwork. Just one 0 doesn’t create new information. You need many 0’s … Continue reading

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The Truth of Fiction.

One sometimes have to live with the decisions made by her younger self. You know, with mutilated limbs or a tasteless tattoo on a face. I happen to have to live without a diary I wrote when I was 18. … Continue reading

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