STUCK IN LA
I’m gonna travel in my own back yard …. UGH ….. I think they call that staycation – what a pathetic name about being hunkered down for 10 weeks with 2 self absorbed teenagers.
Australia was my first weeks where I viewed a ridiculously over done exhibit at the Sydney, MCA. What happens when you don’t want to understand or care about what you see?
Why must I read the little notes on the wall to understand what the art is about?
Blah Blah … and when does importing a huge dining room table and 4 assistants from overseas make the exhibition worth seeing?
Or is this art really a good investment. Wangechi Mutu…. ahhhhh ….. a quick Google search and I found out why – she was supported by Saatchi Gallery – think money!!
1st summer commitment – try and get seen by the International Art Festival curators.
Note the pictures above – I always appreciate good Art that really helps us understand the modern woman!
2nd commitment this summer – exercise like mad, eat well, kegel exercises and photograph my vagina …..
Then there is the average art connoisseur …. hmmm a bit white … don’t cha think?
Looking for life in Los Angeles I caught the Metro Blue line to the Moca Exhibit, cheap and efficient!! Great for a Voyeuristic traveler like me, what I don’t get is why was the only white on the train. DAHHHHH …
Sooo… stuff the Art world I am off camping …… 1 night, 1 disgusting toilet, (multiple buzzing flies caught on the tape attached to the wooden window and so whizzing out of the toilet when I opened the lid) and 1 damaged car $1600. (Gotta figure out how to pay for it on an artists wage?)
My summer of art is on the way to big things. After a dreadful visit from a local curator, I decided to redo my Chinese animations and pay $20 for a juried competition in Irvine, California
Who would have guessed I had a solo installation, ‘Thraxpat’ at the High Museum of Art, in Atlanta Georgia.
AHHH…… the art world is so fickle …….