I am really honored to be included in the new EBook 65 Artists write about their work published by Bourgeon. If you are interested in discovering and learning about a productive field of working artists in Washington D.C go here
I wrote about my experience making Baoying Window. A special thanks to Daniel Barbiereo for introducing me to this project a few years ago and Robert Bettmann at Bourgeon.
You can watch Baoying Window below-
A wonderful and insightful cinema blog called L’ emergere del possibile
explored my super 8 film Winter Trees in Italian. The link is here. A warm thanks to Francesca and Francesco who plan to write a few more posts on my works in the future. This is a great cinema site with plenty of analysis, stills, and resources. It may be time to brush up on your Italian.
Here is a sample of the latest Lynlee track. This one is for Haze’s excellent Sound Interpretation series dedicated to Samuel Beckett. The text is taken from Beckett’s Waiting for Godot . To download or listen to the track in its entirety go here.
Robert Robertson has a new series called Rabelaisdada and it is wickedly funny. Here is the link to the site. I am just getting started on it and it certainly has peaked my interest. More on this soon
Check it out!
Here is an excerpt from Lynlee’s Beauty was Everywhere, which was featured in Sound Interpretations dedication to Virginia Woolf. To quote Una Lee, “Soothing field recording and awakening text are merged together in one to express the deepest admiration towards Virginia Woolf.” Enjoy!
Lynlee has contributed a new track entitled Beauty was Everywhere for Haze’s Sound Interpretation seriesdedicated to Virginia Woolf. This track consists of field recordings and a superb, rich reading by Una herself . Both of us are great admires of Woolf, so hopefully the track will inspire a few new readers to seek Woolf out, or motivate some old readers to dust off their copies of Mrs Dalloway . Here is a link to the Haze compilation. More Lynlee soon.