Thursday, January 8, 2015

SCI-arc gallery talk with Eric Owen Moss

tune in for the "exciting" dialogue.
I barely remember being there- I was so drained.

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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

EDGEcondition publication

 I am very happy to announce being featured in issue #3 of The EDGEcondition. The Myth of Imagery painting that Kim and I tackled over the last several months was the main focus of my essay, "... To Be Transnsformative".

We were also fortunate enough to be featured as the cover art- a brief synopsis may be found here-

Many Thanx to Gem Barton for the invitation and facilitation. Very honored to be included with such a great mix.

Friday, August 1, 2014

SCI-arc exhibition

Hello again. :)

I will be installing a solo exhibition at SCI-arc, running from October 10- November 30, 2014.

There is a panel discussion with Eric Owen Moss on Friday, October 10 at 7 pm.

There will be approximately 30 hand drawing and 10 projects [with models and multiple presentation boards] on display.

I am very excited and quite honored to be featured at such a critical institution.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Discount for AD publication.

Wiley has generously offered a 35% discount to my friends for the AD issue, "Drawing Architecture".

"Receive 35% discount when you purchase your copy at - enter promotion code VBF56 when prompted at the checkout stage."

Monday, July 29, 2013

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

[sub]svervation station 001

the HARD PROBLEM of ConsciousnessUnderstanding the roles that physical processes play in creating consciousness and the extent to which these processes create [our] subjective qualities of experience[s]the EASY PROBLEM[s] of Consciousness• The ability to discriminate, categorize, and react to environMENTAL stimuli;• The ability of a system to access its own internal; status [QUALIA Chamber];• The deliberate control of behavior [Point of Divergence];• The focus of attention > Through the introduction of “stimuli” into the OBJECT-WORLD

\\\ Qualia Chamber- the Inverse Observatory///
- What is ‘known’?
- Ontology in the sense of asking questions as to what entities actually exist… how they may be grouped [within a hierarchy] and subdivided according to similarities and differences.
- How does one know what one knows?
- Epistemology in the sense of asking what ‘knowledge’ is.. how it is acquired… and to what extent it is possible for an entity to be ‘known’