Wednesday, October 3, 2012

The past two days have felt like a million days squeezed into two. Or at least a week. I can't believe this morning was only this morning and that only one night has passed between now and yesterday.

Busyness and lots of thoughts and worries and just general stress.

These are just two pictures from my late night in the print shop. More explorations into deconstructed photographs. I liked the negative space left after inking.

Tomorrow Steele and I are headed up to the Seattle area to visit my little brother and my dad. Should be  fun and hopefully a little break. And hopefully I take some photographs. I'm not sure how I feel about this blog being all the process work for my thesis. Somedays I like it because it feels relevant and this is what I'm doing, but others I miss just taking photographs and getting caught up in that little oblivion.


  1. Mmmm, Brrrr, these are turning to so interesting. It is moving and striking... how your thesis touches humanity.

    I have been thinking about you so much, as a philosophy of things, lately. I am so glad that I transferred majors, because the two projects I am working on right now .. are the first physical things that I've constructed, that do something, in what feels like ever. It feels like a tiny window into your process. Hmmmmy, Brrr... What a beautiful thing, you and everybody you know. The strangeness, and the simultaneous deconstruction and creation, and the manipulating of emotions is so good.

  2. Ooooh, I'm loving what you're doing with printmaking!!


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