On following the thread, without end in sight (a recent project) • About 7 minutes reading time
I hope you’re doing well, that the end of 2022 was a good one, and that 2023 is feeling fresh and glittering for you (or already is, if you’re reading this tomorrow morning). It’s been a busy fall for me, and a busy winter break already– though I’ve been enjoying it. I wanted to share an essay that I wrote about a project I mentioned in my last newsletter (way back in August!), which I continued to work on during the Roundtable Residency I participated in this fall. You can read the essay below on the exhibition website, and check out the other work made by artists on the exhibition website. There are hidden links in images, online altar interfaces, audio-visuals inspired by the death of pulsar stars, and more. Ironically (as you’ll soon find out), I’ve been working further on this project– but I’ll be sharing that in 2023. ;)
I’ve been reflecting on this past year and considering intentions for 2023 this past week, and one thing I’ll be trying out is sharing through a blog! I’m using blot, which integrates nicely with Dropbox and Obsidian, which I use for keeping my notes and writing. I like that I can just write a note and have it automatically publish and update– no need to go onto a blogging interface. There’s more reasons besides that, but it’s yet another attempt to both keep track of and make sharing what I’m working on / learning / looking at more easily shared.