the image of a headless yellow figure on a field of brown and green, clutching what may be an empty bismuth pink stomach, is of my painting, Empty. completedContinue Reading corporeal representations
i have to make reminders for myself as i am looking through my stacks of magazines for collages or i get really distracted by al of the other ideasContinue Reading eyes on butts
hello? this is me, or one representation of me. As i write this out, it is my birthaversatilarian-anniversary-thing. at least it is in another timezone, as soon as theyContinue Reading Who Am I? What are We Doing Here?
social media wipes me out. putting another a in social. it may be why everyone feels/acts so completely off their rockers unhinged recently. or is it just me… [echoes]
this painting dates back to 1998-ish… ?! this feels very much like ancient history, but the subject matter is very much at the forefront of my day-to-day, here-and-now living.Continue Reading New Moon
looking through old files i had scanned from years ago, i found a proposed outline for a book, part autobiography and part manifesto.
in the span of a few days, i’ve gone through 3 pens, a notebook, and a half, with layers of loose pages of writings strew about the floor withContinue Reading scribbles & such
Access to water should not be a public right, according to Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Chairman and former CEO of Nestlé. Neztlū Waters® Pure Frack® Privatized Water™ is a not-too-exaggerated campaign highlighting corporate rule over public resources.
prologue: partial parody-parable? pardonable poetic premise? pshaw! predicaments prospered persecution — proven patterns prehistoric purgepilloriespyrespolygon paraphernaliapermanent penitentiary petrified publicpopular paradigm parameters predictable presentimentspresumptuous perspectives preferential phasephantom phenomenon pied-pipersprepubescent predators promiscuous predilectionContinue Reading Past Pride
A retrospective of Brent Pruitt's photography taken during the 1996 NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt display in Washington DC.