I’m getting prepared to go to Los Angeles in November to see the Just Space(s) exhibit and participate in the tour from LA down to the Mexican border at Tijuana, called The Political Equator. This will be another version of a trip organized in 2006. Also during the Just Spaces exhibit there will be a […]
The videos and prints by the South African artist Berni Searle, currently on view at the Krannert Art Museum, stir sensations in many ways: she climbs up, jumps and rolls down huge mounds of grape skins. I could see the stains on her white shift and almost smell the remains of fermented fruit. She sits […]
My Alexander Technique teacher, Sharon De Celle, said once that “work is not exercise.” Today, Labor Day 2008, I vow to attend to my body, stretching, re-calibrating, centering, breathing, using the chair and the ground for support, and not to spend too much time on the computer keyboard.