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Major Makeover

Wow! It’s done. It started with re-working the shelves and leveling. And a slew of different computers. Then led to conduit and frame-pieces,  fabric orders and new tools for sewing and cutting. Then fire retardant. Then rugs. Now, it’s ready to roll. The space is defined and it feels really good.
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All dressed up…

Pipe and drape. 120 meters of white satin. 75 feet of faceted ball chain. New rugs. Some other touches that contribute to the experience.
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Automating the computers

The machines are now automatically starting and stopping! These things know what time it is, and now they are programmed to start and stop themselves. Presently, the installation starts itself at around 7PM on Fridays. Since the power draw is substantial, they are programmed to start over an hour or so. If they all tried […]
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April 15th showing

The installation will be turned on and running from 7PM to 10PM on Friday, April 15. The visual content of the project has evolved considerably. The store of images has increased tenfold and the content broadened to showcase images of the feminine divine from human cultures and traditions all over the globe and across time. The […]
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You can’t make this stuff up.

Look who’s on the cover of the December 2015 National Geographic! The most powerful woman in the world Wow!
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sidestepping the cosmic scrap heap…

At times, synchronicity and coincidence entwine to create a magical engine. This art is the product of a series of serendipitous occurrences over a long time. For over 20 years, space, relationships and circumstances have stewed and brewed to manifest the art you are now seeing. The sustained forces driving this art were irresistible. It […]
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personal… and hidden from view

The early Macintosh was a defining product for Apple. The original Macintosh was a compact, all-in-one device that provided everything. It wasn’t intended to be modified, in fact, it was difficult to open. To open the Mac you needed a very specialized tool; a Torx screwdriver over 8 inches long. Not very many people owned the […]
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88, 89, 90…. adding more computers

More of them keep coming. Volunteers that want to help. Two iMacs and another G4 Powerbook today. Bent up, beat and discarded. They served well and are now abandoned. Hoisted from the grave, diverted from E-waste for a while yet. One last thing to do after its all over… Someone said this was a Bardo, […]
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To whom do computers pray?

I had an opportunity to describe the Eden 2.0 project to a group of college students in a computer science class. I told them that we had assembled a large group of computers and programmed them to pray for human equality. I explained that they were all chanting the holy OM, and they were exalting The Virgin while they held a […]
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“Does this mean I get my rib back?”

Sitting at an outside table at the coffee house, chatting with Matthew when we were joined by Dylan. Matthew went off to monitor his parking situation and left me to get acquainted with Dylan, whom I had not met previously. As he was leaving, he made the entrée for me to tell Dylan about the Eden 2.0 […]