crab boat obsession.
craig just told me that he spied the northwestern in drydock off of shilshole ave. i have to get down there for a picture in the next few days, while she’s hanging out of the water. over the weekend, i made alice take a picture of me in front of the wizard, on our walk down to the locks.
i took my parents to the airport last night to catch a red-eye home after their visit. on my own way home, passing all the shipping containers, cranes, and ferryboats, i felt a small loss, like a tiny bubble dislodging itself from inside my heart. this is a recurring phenomenon, always at the same view of the ocean and always as i’m driving away from the airport after saying goodbye. ...
NY Times review of Brand! →
with an actual mention of my name. is this my 15 minutes?
New York Post preview of Brand Upon The Brain! →
The term ontology has its origin in philosophy, where it is the name of one fundamental branch of metaphysics, concerned with analyzing various types or modes of existence, often with special attention to the relations between particulars and universals, between intrinsic and extrinsic properties, and between essence and existence.