Thank you so much, Pinkline, for including us in the Nation’s Creative Capital series.
Peanut thanks you too!
Here’s that sweet and charming cat, Randall Packer’s interview of Pie Face for his Post Reality Show: TALK MEDIA!,that was originally broadcast well past good milk drinking folk’s bedtimes, on July 27, 2012 as part of the Capital Fringe Festival. Thanks Randall for being so incredibly thorough. This gentleman braved my studio and the girl talk between my model Melissa and me, glitter, feathers, hairspray, powder and the veritable treasure hunt to find the fucking place, in order to get some video footage for the interview. Bravo, hat tipped and thank you! Yeh, my brain and mouth don’t get on too well and they’re even more ill behaved when they have to play with others.
The Post Reality Show: TALK MEDIA! Capital Fringe Festival, July 17 – 28, 2012 Hosted by Randall Packer
I’ll be interviewed via live s(c)treaming interwebs with artist, Randall Packer for the last night of TALK MEDIA! as part of the Capital Fringe Festival.
Randall’s coming to the studio on Monday to film me shooting, or rather, traumatizing some models, so there’ll be some footage of that.
The show airs on Saturday July 28, 2012, 10:00 pm – 11:00 pm
http://new.livestream.com/postrealityshow (Online Performance site)
http://www.capfringe.org/ (Capital Fringe Festival)
Many thanks to the awesome folks at Pandahead magazine for putting Donut in issue #6.
E. Brady Robinson’s awesome series, ‘Desks as portraits’ opens
Come to the ball! The Washington Project for the Arts is having their annual auction gala and as usual, it’s going to be awesome. Their such a great organization and this event is great combination of swank, art and the thrill of buying stuff competition style. I’ll have a piece in it but it has to remain Secret Squirrel.
The opening, which is free and for the general public, is February 11th.
“NEW THIS YEAR:
3 exclusive Live Auction art experiences
Celebrity chef’s “Moveable Feast” of small plates and mezze
(This year’s dinner will not be formally seated. Titanium and Platinum Sponsors will have designated tables for the exclusive use of their guests.)
New location: 1800 L Street NW
(Special Thanks to Somerset Partners)”
Adrian Parsons’ hunger strike protesting DC’s lack of voting rights. Day 20.
Read about the awesome, kind and much loved artist and musician, Adrian Parsons‘ hunger strike to protest DC’s taxation without representation. He’s not eaten anything for 2 weeks. Hell yes, this is really freaking the living shit out of me.
Photo ‘Hunger Strike’, by the super Matt Dunn.
Are the cool kids still saying ‘shout out’? Good thing I’m no dagnabbit cool kid. Gettoff my lawn!! Whopping great thanks and air-bag hug to the killer artist, Jonathan Monaghan for his super lovely looky-here for Scenes of Mild Peril, still at the greatest gallery in town, Conner Contemporary Art down on Florida Avenue, NW DC. Thanks so much Jonathan!
Photographers on the panel are: (in alphabetical order): Josh Cogan, Victoria F. Gaitán, Douglas Sonders, Scott Suchman, Nicole Wolf and Marcus Yam.
Followed by an after party featuring a bunch of awesome BYT photographers, including Dakota Fine. Hell yeh!
Thanks BYT! Maybe that’s my new tattoo….
Thanks so damn much to the super lovely Mei Tan of Meets Obsession for her way too kind coverage of Scenes of Mild Peril at Conner Contemporary Art, showing with Patricia Piccinini’s, The Welcome Guest. Thank you so much and thanks loads too, to Sergio Teran for such awesome photographs!
Huge thanks to the awesome Rachel Eisley of Brightest Young Things for her super kind coverage of my show, Scenes of Mild Peril and the amazing Patricia Piccinini’s show, The Welcome Guest, at Conner Contemporary Art. Thank you, Rachel (your photos rock!) and BYT!
Hugest thanks to the incredible Philippa P.B. Hughes of the Pinkline Project for this super generous recommendation (“- the opening of Victoria Gaitan’s photogaphy exhibit at Conner Contemporary. She is one of my FAVE artists ever. Her photos will blow you away. Seriously.”) for Scenes of Mild Peril, opening Saturday November 5th (2 sleeps?!?!) at Conner Contemporary Art. Thank you so much, Philippa!
For some reason the good people at Brightest Young Things have asked me to pull my carcass along to FotoweekDC HQ (the old Borders bookstore in downtown DC) for a panel on November 10th at 6:30pm. There’ll also be an afterparty featuring the very awesome BYT photogoofers for all of the snappy cats with social skills. Thanks BYT and FotoweekDC!