Monthly Archives: September 2010

Mother Sky

While the irony of commercialism is inescapable, and you’re free to take it any way you want, that is not my personal focus. I’m more in the Warhol tradition than Rauschenberg’s. That is, I genuinely love commercialism. I love the … Continue reading

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Hôtel la Vie

I’m constantly haunted by reminders that our time here on Earth is but momentary, like staying in some hotel. The hearse there to pick up the folks checking out–that was meant to be funny, but I hope it comes across … Continue reading

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Shôsan (Bloom, Fade)

I’d been doing studies for a Japanese summer festival scene–something of personal nostalgia. That’s when I was told my mother had been diagnosed with Cushing’s disease, caused by a very rare type of pituitary tumor, which, left untreated, is fatal. … Continue reading

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