Last week there were television shows being filmed at the end of the block at both my house and my studio.
Catering trucks seemed to be everywhere I went.
I must live a very cinematic life.
Or my life is very made for TV.
Whoever thought of putting rye and fernet branca together had vision.
Indeed, this post is going to be completely muddled
much like my brain.
Who can stay focused in the spring?
I haven't seen as much art lately as I have been hearing people talk about it.
Listened to John Yau who said when he was starting out he moved to new york to be a poet and for money he planned to either "be an art critic or an x-ray technician" depending.
He said he didn't want to go into academia because he didn't know what a poem was.
Similarly, when it comes to art he likes to "be in a situation where I don't know what I am looking at."
I like that as well.
Like Yau said, "you have to get beyond what's happening in your own thinking." I think maybe I'll just start quoting him from now on when people ask me questions.
Saw Jizzle De Jizz
Those guys I enjoy every time.
Speaking of, I went to the Goat Farm
and shot a video.
Attractive fellows coming soon to a computer screen near you.
Yau is also working on some poems that are a play on words
"more true bull ahead"
"disguise the limit"
"believe it alone"
Am I allowed to post those online?
What are the rules for posting someone's poetry? I don't know. I don't ask.
William was back in town for a visit.
This tends to involve shoe shopping
and sparkly things
we're planning something for May that has great potential for being hilarious and if it goes well then you too will be wondering what you are looking at.Mike Germon, "Our Lady of the TriForce."
Saw these Germon's at Aurora.
It's not William, it's six foot five inch Zoey now. This woman came up to Zoey and asked "so were do you dance?"
You could call that moment the Ecstasy of Saint Zoey
Weeded and seeded
and spinach has starting popping up (rather late but here nonetheless!)
tender little babes
trying a hand at zucchini.
And this is my new favorite thing. Riverview Farms has gone mobile and roams neighborhoods selling the best grassfed beef and spicy sausage and eggs you will ever eat. I follow them around on my bike like it's an ice cream truck.
You can get their weekly schedule here.