Following Baker’s Dozen 5 at Torrance Art Museum, Marginal Revolutions traveled to KUAD Galery in Istanbul. Given the recent political unrest and public protest, it was an exciting time to be showing at KUAD Gallery. I sent two new TaxCut works – attack drones made from US Currency. This Show was organized by […]
I’ve spent the week wrestling with a 14 foot tall cheeseburger-headed politician. Today, I happy to report that I won the battle. Many thanks to my buddy Sean Pope and his superhuman abilities to manipulate steel; the Mayor now “rests” somewhat uncomfortably straddling a 1″ square tube steel post.
Having finally seen The Diving Bell & the Butterfly, Julian Schnabel’s latest film, I was truly impressed. Clearly, his artistic voice is most eloquently translated in a directorial role. Paralysis, and imprisonment in one’s own mind are two of my absolute greatest fears. Eight years ago I suffered a burst fracture of my L1 vertebra, narrowly escaping paralysis in […]
I just read a blurb in the NY Times about JoeBarter.com which is an online directory of services up for barter. I LOVE THIS. Barter is the such an old yet currently progressive idea. I barter often with friends and strangers for all sorts of services (cars/dentistry/photography/remodeling/etc/etc). My 2 favorite things about bartering services: 1. […]