Adam Fuss, Love, cibachrome photogram, 1993.
This is one of my all time favourite pieces of artwork, so I thought I would share it with you.
It is two rabbits. Their entrails are emptied out onto glass. The title is “love”. The first time I saw it I felt a lot of different emotions.
Stream #1, oil and wax on paper, 40x26, Glovaski 2011
SUBMISSION: Precipice #7, acrylic on canvas, 48x48, Glovaski, 2012
罗伯特弗罗斯特 Robert Frost
— Andy Warhol (via fuckyeahwarholfactory)
Dear Zim Zum I (or, my weathering steel),
You are aging, and so am I. Yet you are older than me, a decade more spent on this earth. You have seen much more of this world than I, and have witnessed its changes as they’ve beat themselves onto your surface.
Sometimes, I wonder whether my eyes, which themselves have started to crinkle at the edges, seem so naïve to you. I become uncertain in the presence of your certainty. I doubt myself, because you seem without doubts – all knowledge, all confidence.
So grounded you are, whilst I, I flit and am ever changeable. You are changing too, but remain more constant than I. Sometimes I wonder at how it is that you can stay so steadfast, and not be swayed by the whims that move me; how it is that you can find all you need in the one location, and not urge to be everywhere else, and experience all other places and things and people.
But your beauty comes from your still slow changes, and the constancy with which you face the world. And for that, my heart remains as true as you are.
Your thoroughly human, and ever changeable, lover
…My friend and collaborator Sudhu Twari and I proposed a game involving common words used in art discourse. We chose 12 words and assigned a bodily motion to each of them. Like in bingo, players can check off a box each time they see, hear or think of one of these words (and make the motion) while looking at the work in the museum. They can also check boxes if they see someone else make these movements.
(Read more: SFMOMA’s ArtGameLab | Benjamin Carpenter)