Monthly Archives: June 2011

Japan

temple trees, nara 2002, Michael Kenna With all of the continuing bad news surrounding the Fukushima nuclear accident, I thought I’d share a few really beautiful albiet melancholy film and photography works taken in Japan that I’ve uncovered in the … Continue reading

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bring down the walls

I feel lucky to have seen John Stamets speak at 4Culture a few weeks ago in support of his exhibit documenting historic buildings and engineering works in the Pacific Northwest. The photography is straightforward, seemingly timeless quality with the composition and exposure … Continue reading

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Rural context

I’ve been dragging my feet a little on posting my thoughts on the “Barn Illuminated” project because I’ve had some mixed feelings about the work and wanted to let my initial reaction mellow a bit.  It was an installation created … Continue reading

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