I have been visiting Joshua Tree for many years working on a variety of dealing with the park, its visitors, and ecological issues. This project is a series of views of the park shot at different locations and times during a 24 hour period.
eulb (blue) was inspired by a description of Joseph Cornell’s film Gnir Rednow (Wonder Ring, 1955). Gnir Rednow was conceived in response to Cornell’s hearing the news about the removal of the nearby Third Avenue “el” stop close to Utopia Parkway in New York. Stan Brakhage was commissioned by Cornell to shoot the footage, which [...]
Michigan Avenue, also known as the Magnificent Mile, is one of Chicago’s main streets connecting the North Side to the South Side. The north end of Michigan Avenue begins at Oak Street and is home to Chicago’s finest shops, hotels, restaurants, and cultural events. Traveling from the North Side on Michigan Avenue one doesn’t reach [...]
Overlooked objects in the world around us can suddenly take on new meaning as we search for answers to questions about our culture and humanity. Typically the mundane loses relevance because we lack the patience to decipher its often cryptic language. Rubik’s cube holds a place in our childhood memories as an object that we [...]