Friday, March 21, 2008

Well, I found my man...

[Columbian artist No para Innita really likes women. He likes them so much, in fact, that the art he creates is intensely driven by his belief that women are superior to men.
“I have a concept art I named "ginotropia" and it stands for the feminine as the essence of life, male being a secondary and complementary force. Ginotropia is the lifestyle I invented for defining my place in the world: I stand for female supremacy. I think feminine is superior, and masculine is inferior. I don't believe in equality,” states No para Innita.
Though shocking to many, Innita’s views have lent themselves admirably to his creative process.]

(rest of article is on Juxtapoz's site)

I Love You Clare Rojas!

Riverside Art Museum: Three Shows, One Venue
Friday, 21 March 2008

The Riverside Art Museum announces the opening of three complementary exhibitions: The Big Sad: Clare Rojas and Barry McGee; Thank You For Staying: Raymond Pettibon and It’s About Time! and Space: Jon Roach and Dan Nguyen. An opening reception for all will be held March 30th.

Monday, March 3, 2008

Fortresses are for wimps.

Still not worried. Still open.

Doesn't it worry you the way we get lost in a moment
wrestling shamefully, trying to own it
abandoning all that was formerly true
shattering the principles we'd once grounded in glue

thoughts in our brain start to set the blaze
scrambling through like hamsters in a cage
each incidence, a new corridor of this mapless maze
color coded coincidences seem to fuel ideas onto the opposite page.

doesn't it worry you getting lost in the moment
the way your mind runs rampant and hopes to own it

don't you worry your feelings could have been wrong all along
lost in a melody while reality's singing a completely different song

no I'm never scared of the moment
I might have worried if I had needed to own it