Art + Nomad: the blog
A Safe Place to Pee Art Installation by Harley Kirschner If there's one thing I can count on Albuquerque for is some good art. The 505 supports many visual, written, and spoken word artists. Many of the residents make statements with their art, like Harley Kirschner...
Art that's personal As a general rule we don’t celebrate most holidays and birthdays. However, Dez passed a mile marker in age this last fall, and we found the perfect way to experience their birthday without all the fanfare. We found out about this artist who put...
About this video I was recording my regular braindump and during the editing process I realized that the video you see below was separate from the main braindump. So here is a little bit about my spiritual evolution. Spiritual Evolution Throughout my life I've gone...
New vlog post Recently I went out to my favorite park and recorded a new #braindump. While I wish I could record and post at a more frequent rate, it's also good that I take my time and before spewing a bunch of words I might regret. Creative Challenge I hadn't...
April found us in Nebraska at The Omaha Zine Fest, where zinesters of many types, sizes, and colors gathered to sell, share, and trade their personal creations.
I find these gatherings to be energizing and revitalizing. They help lay the seeds for the germination of new ideas.
The act of sorting in itself can be quite powerful. When you own a lot of stuff, items get overlooked, missed. Closets and cupboards contain can hold more than the memory. We found this to be true in our case so we created several videos highlighting this process. Part of becoming a minimalist is not having so much stuff you forget you have it.
On our recent road trip to Dallas, I managed to record this mini-braindump. We were at the Belle Plaines Rest Stop outside of Wichita, KS. It was a really nice place to stop and stretch, take in the views and find interesting pieces of traveling art.
Recently we traveled to Dallas, Texas for a conference, and a well-needed vacation. It was a great trip, and while I brought along the camera, I didn’t really record anything until we were heading home. For me it was about the experience, being with people I hadn’t seen in quite awhile, and meeting new people.
Over the last couple of years, I’ve rediscovered a long time passion: Zines! A while back a friend was making them, and through our conversations, drew me in. Her flair was converting old Live Journal blog posts into zines, and then bad goth poetry. She then introduced me to Charissa Lucille, the creator of the Fem Static Zine and owner of Wasted Ink Zine Distro (WIZD).
This introduction led me to create my first zine: Please don’t call me a Lesbian, I’m a Freak. I traded most of them at my first zine fair, and then other people bought copies.
In this new braindump I address finding places to create in a space that isn’t optimal for creativity.
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