While we're on the topic of Professor Burden, who shuffled off two years ago today, I would like to share this unlikely artifact. One of the last items I pulled out of the Magic Recycle Bin before the authorities cracked down and paved over, it's a PEOPLE magazine (Aug 28, 1989) featuring Ringo Starr on the cover, which I grabbed for collage materials. Needless to say, I was quite surprised to find this profile therein. What were they thinking? I love the caption on the final image, with "pal Charles Ray on their sloop."
Thursday, April 20, 2017
For those who have been following my Rectilinear Occlusion Gear series (particularly the Memory Gasket Iteration seen in the Everything is Coming Up Roses exhibit at LAVA Projects) and/or my ongoing (Now in its 45th year!) collage comic strip Flash Fudd, here is a real treat! The first entry in a new sequence bearing the self-explanatory title Flash Fudd Memory Gasket Epithelia, this being No 1. The Green Man's chakra Doppelgänger may be tinted appropriately, and He may yet acquire a crown. Please to bend down.
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Friday, March 3, 2017
Apropos of tomorrow's opening of Afraid of Modern Living: World Imitation & Monitor 1977-1982 at These Days Gallery in downtown LA, I was looking for a blog entry where I linked to the episode of DOUG HARVEY's LESS ART RADIO ZINE featuring Michael Uhlenkott and Damon Willick discussing World Imitation and Damon's [San Fernando] Valley Vista exhibit, and I realized I never made one. Those were hectic times. So here it is, link is still good, the music riveting, the banter scintillating...