Wednesday, July 21, 2004

Space and Culture : The International Journal of Social Spaces, "The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal,"site via elasticpspace
Graffiti removal has become one of the more intriguing and important art movements of the early twenty-first century. With roots in Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism and Russian Constructivism, graffiti removal is both a progressive continuation of these movements and an important step in the future of modern art. What makes graffiti removal particularly intriguing, though, is that the artists creating it are unconscious of their artistic achievements.
elastic space › Public markup, perhaps something to do with urban spaces…

Sunday, July 18, 2004

- do you see what i see -Stella
- do you see what i see -SS. Peter and Paul
- do you see what i see -
U.S. Inverts -- Lee's Illustrated Stamp Listopedia: "Landing of Columbus"
VLN: S.F. Public Art 1911-1934
�� .:. die Photounity mit dem Blogg: "
Fotoprojekt Berlin Alexanderplatz," an example of celebrating an urban space…

Saturday, July 17, 2004

A Regrettable Life: Tomás de Torquemada

Canessa Park 6:35 this morning on a muggy, pleasant day. The park needs work, as it doesn't look that great in the dry season. Ten years ago there was a tub of bulbs, a couple of large stones, bunchgrasses and herbs watered daily. 20.64.03. Posted by Hello

Sunday, July 11, 2004

S.F. struck by love / Cupid's big bow gets rise out of passers-by
Philistines at the Golden Gate
Richard Serra

This appears on the back of The Nation, July 19 - 26, 2004. Posted by Hello
PLEASEVOTE.COM has a picture of a project gone bad paid for by Richard Serra.

Saturday, July 10, 2004

folding chairs through the ages, and why? Because folding chairs / side-X (pivot under the seat-level) (page 1) has a picture of Canessa's familiar
boat folding chair,
anonymous origin,
europe, 20th century

Sunday, July 04, 2004

Does Canessa like the flag? Jess it does. This is a former Canessa flag flying by night, lit up with pride, flowers by its side, happy 2004 4th, and remember the part of the Declaration where Jefferson wrote about replacing the government and sing praises by way of the Battle Hymn of the Republic. Posted by Hello