Monthly Archives: June 2010

Sunday afternoon in Queens

Ursula and the others count to 39 and then 64.  The significance doesn’t register immediately.  I change and wait.  We observe each other.  I drop.  Fast.  Laughter. Part mash-up, part roast, I’ve stolen moments from Ursula in order to return … Continue reading

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Tuesday on the Roof

I stand, looking at Travis.  The others are looking at me.  I remind him of things.  I make jokes.  I put on a red dress, a blonde wig.  Strange, but not a stranger.  I try to take it too far.  … Continue reading

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Is Time of the Essence?

If you subtract time from performance, are you left with visual art?  By simply removing the time contract between art and viewer, does one transform form, or is more required for the alchemy?  Also, must one address the shift in … Continue reading

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