I feel like I've been working on my serial post-it note story about road-tripping grandma/granddaughter for ages, and yet I've only just returned to the library the second installment, secreted inside of Binnie Kirshenbaum's An Almost Perfect Moment.
I'm not sure why I'm having such a difficult time with this story. Perhaps the serial nature of it makes me feel locked in, like I can't do any other post-it books until I'm finished with this tale? Or perhaps it is just that I don't have as much appropriate experience to draw from? At any rate, you can read the Kirshenbaum borne part here, if you want to.
I've started this blog as catalog/display for my artwork, particularly my ongoing projects. At the moment, that means "Shell Game" (where I buy clothing, alter the clothing in ways that are not immediately perceptible, like lining a pocket with pink fake fur or painting on an underskirt, and then return the clothing in the hopes that my altered pieces will be resold and/or found, creating moments of the inexplicable, critiquing consumer culture, tricking people into buying art, etc.), "Post-it Books" (where I write stories on post-it notes, and stick them in library books in such a way that they entwine with and riff off of the original story), and my paintings (which are, well, paintings).
I would say more about me in this "About Me", but the sneaky nature of some of my recent work begs a bit of stealth-mode. Suffice to say that I am very very good looking.