Begin the End of Analog

Sunday 1970 Minolta X-300 and a roll of Kodak Tri-X Pan 400 A Beach Street sign two blocks from a room in a two-room apartment. Mini kitchen, shared closet. “Change” and a small arrow pointing. A photo on the hour…

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at 2:50 pm ten minutes of reflection

@2:50 – ten minutes of daily reflection

At the beginning of March 2020, just before the closures and disruptions, tension and uncertainty were rising among my friends and colleagues. People seemed to be on edge. They were agitated. On March 11, I went to sleep with a…

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Telling time for slow communication

At this time of #remotelife when it appears all relationships are mitigated through screens, it feels appropriate to republish. Slow Communication Manifesto – Because communication technologies continue to supply more ways to rapidly connect people, – Because the complexity, speed,…

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Question order bias exists. How you can use it.

What if I told you that by just asking you questions in a different order I could influence your survey response by nearly 40 percentage points. As a logical and intelligent person, you might laugh this off as trickery. There…

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Gentlemen of Chance -Executive Instigation

Gentlemen of Chance is a slow communication experiment in social hacktivism and “spiritual bureaucracy”. The art/action/communication consists of mailing 108 letters to prominent public figures from the Forbes 400 list. These are people who may influence fortunes or multitudes. Each letter…

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The Type Bar Slow Communication

Public Art. Typewriters, stationery, stamps, multi-media, found objects The Type Bar is a portable public art service. Participants engage in the simple activity of writing a letter, but do so semi-publicly, out loud, and out of time, based on the Type…

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Kinetic Umbra Exploration of Space

Long Exposure Photography Having practiced many styles of breath and movement, I want to explore what shapes the practices leave in space. My intention is to record the full range of a flow in one exposure to discover what that might reveal…

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