Jul 042014
 
RE: Sirius Twinkling

Photographer: David Lynch Summary Author: David Lynch Twinkling is the rapid fluctuation in brightness and color of a star. It’s caused by slight changes in density of air pockets called “seeing cells” that move across the observer’s line of sight. Air’s refractive index is determined, in part, by its density. Such undulations cause slight, momentary defocusing of the starlight resulting in brightness changes, also […]

 July 4, 2014  visuals
Feb 032014
 
Interview in Hy.Gen.Ic by Sarah Mendelsohn

DAY 18 – ON THE ROAD WITH GEOFFREY OWEN MILLER “How can I celebrate him? I took it on myself to do everything that he should have done in this world, I tried to carry that a little bit myself. That’s when I took on his name as my middle name.” — Geoffrey Owen Miller, […]

 February 3, 2014  musings, Pictures, visuals, work
Jul 162013
 
Mars Sunset

      Notice the lack of Raleigh scattering as there is no atmosphere to scatter the blue light. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/dd/MarsSunsetCut.jpg

 July 16, 2013  visuals
May 142013
 
Navigational Chart (Rebbilib)

Made from the sticklike midribs of coconut palm fronds, these objects were memory aids, created for personal use or to instruct novices, and the significance of each was known only to its maker. The charts were exclusively used on land, prior to a voyage. To carry one at sea would put a navigator’s skill in […]

 May 14, 2013  all, information, visuals
Mar 112013
 

http://www.datapointed.net/visualizations/color/crayola-crayon-chart-bow/ http://www.datapointed.net/visualizations/color/crayola-crayon-chart/  

 March 11, 2013  all, information, visuals
Feb 092013
 
This Red Door

http://www.thisreddoor.com/ —–>     Wednesday, January 30th, @ 7pm sdv Critical Inversions – Artist to Critic, and the Publics in Between sdv A discussion with critic Ken Johnson, artist Lisa Corinne Davis, artist Anoka Faruqee and possible special guests   <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/3L_NnX8oj-g” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> http://youtu.be/3L_NnX8oj-g kimberly hennessy

 February 9, 2013  all, show, visuals
Nov 302012
 
Hoya cry

Open my camera case to find my camera filter shattered. Had to bend it to remove it- real nervous about the status of the lens and camera.

 November 30, 2012  all, visuals
Oct 232012
 
Fucked up baby carrot

This shook my world. I thought I knew how baby carrots were manufactures but this threw that out the window.

 October 23, 2012  all, visuals
Oct 022012
 
Bob Log the III

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 October 2, 2012  all, video, visuals
Sep 302012
 
Tardigrades

  Tardigrades have been known to withstand the following extremes while in this state: Temperature – tardigrades can survive being heated for a few minutes to 151 °C (424 K),[21] or being chilled for days at -200 °C (73 K),[21] or for a few minutes at -272 °C (~1 degree above absolute zero).[22] Pressure – they can withstand the extremely low pressure of a vacuum and […]

 September 30, 2012  all, information, visuals
Sep 242012
 
End of the world

My Brazilian friends shared this with me, after talking about politics.

 September 24, 2012  all, visuals
Sep 092012
 
That must of hurt

I watched a man break this barrier gate arm– with his face– this morning while he was riding his bike.

 September 9, 2012  all, visuals

Daily Show reposts

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Sep 022012
 

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily Show on Facebook The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily Show on Facebook

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Aug 262012
 

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 August 26, 2012  all, video, visuals
Aug 262012
 
Phone

This Nokia was rediscovered after spending a year outside among some weeds, he owner proud of this history though he also said “I have to admit it is not a pleasure to text with” –

 August 26, 2012  all, visuals
Aug 252012
 
Nashville

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 August 25, 2012  all, visuals
Aug 202012
 
Post Parallel

  Post Parallel Special Guests: Genevieve Allison, Jungah Kim, Naomi Reis and Katia Santibanez July 27th-Aug 27th 57 Grand Street Brooklyn, NY 11211 The interest in the works I like often revolves around moments where simple perfectionism is superseded or undermined by the discovery of other relationships in the process of making the work. Parallel […]

 August 20, 2012  all, show, visuals, work
Jul 102012
 
Jungah Kim, Brooklyn Rail

Kim shares her modestly sized studio with two other artists. Born and raised in Korea, the 29-year-old artist has lived in New York since 2008. Her workspace felt open, airy and serious. She, her fellow artists and their friends, were intently engaged in prolonged, focused conversations throughout the room. “I work within limits,” Kim replied […]

 July 10, 2012  all, visuals
Jun 272012
 
$ of Big Cities

                    Reposted: http://thesocietypages.org/socimages/2012/06/27/the-economic-importance-of-u-s-cities/

 June 27, 2012  all, information, visuals
Jun 212012
 
Found at a gas station

Dobson fly. These insects live for years as aquatic larva– known as Hellgrammites. Upon emerging, they live for only seven days.     Monster Magnificent by Jen Hirt | Mon Jan 14 2013 I found on the sidewalk one day a catastrophe of insects. The legs of a walking stick braced under the cellophane wings […]

 June 21, 2012  all, visuals
Jun 192012
 
Install- Hudson, NY: Whale Hunt

  The Whale Hunt: Paintings June 21- July 15, 2012 Reception: Saturday, June 23 6-8pm John Davis Gallery 362 1/2 Warren St. Hudson, NY 12534 install: 3 days $650

 June 19, 2012  all, visuals, work
Jun 152012
 
New Bike

Craigslist Peugeot after my Fuji was stolen again. Fenders, permanent AAA battery lights, bell are worth their added weight in my opinion–I’m not a fair weather rider. Wish the lock was lighter, but that is the price of security. Reversed the handlebars so I would have access to the brakes in my natural riding position. Orange handlebar […]

 June 15, 2012  all, visuals
Jun 052012
 
The farthest view of home

Pale Blue Dot “If the earth was generated, then, it must have been formed in this way, and so clearly its generation was spherical; and if it is ungenerated and has remained so always, its character must be that which the initial generation, if it had occurred, would have given it. But the spherical shape, […]

 June 5, 2012  all, information, visuals
Jun 012012
 
Horseshoe crabs

  Estimated to be at least 300 million years old (100 million years older than the dinosaurs) Newly laid horseshoe crab eggs are opaque, pastel-green in color, and about 1.5 mm (1/16 inch) in diameter. After fertilization, the eggs begin to develop into trilobite larvae. By day five, miniature legs are visible inside the translucent […]

 June 1, 2012  all, information, visuals
Jun 012012
 

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 June 1, 2012  all, visuals Tagged with: