Rogue lines, a photoset

The square lines represent a movement. Sometimes lines appear infinite. On different occasions, the lines blur. Lines also run diagonally. Lines can get squiggly, as in life. Lines like to find the holes, blurring their objects. All lines are nonetheless imaginary, even arbitrary, a simulation of code drawn from the head. PS. ‘The map is not the territory‘ […]

Human rationality and craziness

The most successful people are both rational and crazy. As much as robots and artificial intelligence threaten our creativity, there will be some people who cultivate the randomness of thought to continue innovating. Wrote Jean-Luc Godard: “It’s not where you take things from — it’s where you take them to.” See the world, not its […]

AMERICANS — Indians in American life

Seminoles, Braves, Redskins — Indian culture permeates American life from sports teams to table-top advertising. Upon entering the exhibit, there’s a sign titled Indians are everywhere in American life that reads:  “These images are worth a closer look. What if they are not trivial? What if they are instead symbols of great power? What if the […]

Stuck in traffic 🚦

Nowhere to go, a forced patience at the mercy of algorithmic street lights. No right on red, Big Brother proclaims. When we’re stuck at the corner, there isn’t more to do than look at the variations of our surroundings. The city never stops. Why should its people, albeit looking blankly inscrutable? PS “Diplomacy is the […]