Monthly Archives: March 2011
Terry Border, a 46-year-old American photographer-cum-sculptor, has done some clever things with food and wire in his “Bent Objects” series. Every time I see something witty, ingenious, and small-scale like this, I wonder why I didn’t think of it myself. … Continue reading
This week, an obese man in Ohio had to be cut out of his chair because his skin had grown into the fabric of his seat. Police then had to cut a hole in his wall to remove him … Continue reading
People I knew were disappearing or getting slaughtered one by one. The killings and kidnappings happened every few days without warning. Some friends and I were standing in my kitchen discussing this problem when a girl emerged from a blank … Continue reading
Liu Bolin inspired me to scout Google for more camouflage/installation art. Here’s what I found. 1. “Don’t Miss a Sec” by Monica Bonvicini Displayed on a London street corner, this installation is a public toilet enclosed in one-way glass that … Continue reading
The Boyfriend acquired a Groupon coupon for Lalola Bar de Tapas, so we had dinner there tonight. (I’d eaten there once before with my friend K and her parents but didn’t get to sample much because she wasn’t hungry and … Continue reading
I unfollowed Sarah Silverman on Twitter just now because of her Tweet: If you don’t love Sandra Bullock than you don’t have the ability to love. #28days #practicalmagic#Louie She’s clever, but I simply can’t deal with second-rate orthographic incompetence.
At my request, the Boyfriend and I made Catherine’s Spicy Chicken Soup last Sunday. It tastes like a slightly spicy tomato-based chicken soup. It is unreasonably delicious.
While Chinese art has traditionally had no trouble portraying heterosexual intercourse and even homosexual intercourse between men, it has largely avoided depicting female sexuality in isolation. This is undoubtedly due to a long patriarchal history that condones female eroticism only … Continue reading