Collaborative and solo work from Mitzi Pederson, Laurie Reid and Alexander Wolff.
February 8 - March 1, 2014
Reception: February 8, 7:00 - 10:00 pm.
a scattered poem sounds good.
once i wrote a paper
with a friend
based on something i can't remember right now,
where we both wrote sequential random sentences or maybe evenly
divided what we wrote somehow
- but basically it was kind of half-blind writing - or maybe we pulled out
each sentence from a hat...
i stayed at home today
it's finally quiet at my house
warm winter, no snow
3 kids getting ready for school
a bit of commotion
they were pretty quiet
everyone is pretty sleepy in the morning
the surprise of what will happen
how to say that in a press release
as opposed to what we wrote
kids will come to see our show
bringing me back to the present, explain or communicate it in some way
paintings would get sent from NY
starting from the wall and moving to the center,
haven't moved beyond the adjective: a rectangle shape, not too long, but
not like a square
the entrance is on a short end...descend the stairs and then
enter the rectangle
a cool long narrow awkward stairway
straightforward, clean, white and bright
much easier in dialogue
other ways to build bridges or connections than by looks/shapes/aesthetics
not necessarily building them but suggesting them
just throwing out another idea!
fragmented. is there a connection?
maybe the connection on your end slowed? a connection in that it's open,
or - maybe i misunderstood
open like the process
slowing down to
be with it
mix with it
its evening here, and
i need the dictionary sometimes
evening and morning thoughts and spaces
like working at night
all exist together equally as is with no direction and with no non-direction
letting tangents move us around for a bit
make some work and fun
making it to the studio.
get along well with men
Margaret was kind of the starting point. I met her at the "Miss Read"
publication fair, she had her booth next to our magazine, in Berlin, and
she was so sweet to tell Laurie about my coming to CA and that we could
make a show happen and you Laurie made it happen. Thanks, Margaret!