The between Moments Photographs Of A. Dola Baroni
A. Dola Baroni is a photographer and dancer who represents the West Coast and bleeds Laker Purple. Having grown up in the valley, her photographs leave us with the colorful in between moments that make-up a life in southern California.
Daniel Everett embodies the current technological zeitgeist shared by post dot-com kids, the kids of the dot-com kids, and the relationship we have to our interconnectivity (the internet). His work is jaded, earnest, and self mocking at the same time. … Continue reading
I don’t reject the idea that the brain is necessary for consciousness, but I do reject the argument that it is sufficient. The view that I am attacking claims that neutral activity is enough to explain consciousness—that you could have consciousness in a petri dish. It supposes that consciousness happens inside the brain the way digestion occurs inside the GI tract. But it’s not, it’s something we do, something we achieve. It’s more like a dance than digestion.
500 Letters | Jasper Rigole | ARTIST STATEMENT GENERATOR
i discovered this ages ago and just spent at least half an hour of my life trying to find it again.
“i’m trying to work on this one-trick-pony-project and it’s killing me to find a way to have the pony have babies”
let the ponies have plenty of room, little red leaves ephemera, 2012
when the ponies shed, 2009