On my way to a show, I walked past the Bowery Whole Foods and noticed someone’s spilled groceries—a common sight, except...
This week, it was reported that an Arctic mass previously thought to be the most northernmost piece of land in the world was actually a “dirty iceberg…
Thursday: worked from home until, out of nowhere, it was 5pm and I hadn’t chosen what to wear.
I spent all of last month in relative isolation, tucked away between Andes with a private chef on weekdays...
In a hotel room, I watch what music videos are popular in Peru, apparently.
Frank Perry’s Rancho Deluxe (1975) is the most bar-worthy movie I’ve ever seen, as in it would be a great movie to play at a bar, sound off, not because…
I wrote the press release for Sam McKinniss’s show Misery, at Almine Rech Paris this September.
I read a short essay about how Robert Aldrich’s Autumn Leaves (1956) is “unapologetically optimistic” about the “idealism of modern medical science…
I’ve recommended Walerian Borowczyk before, but Metrograph is currently screening a lot of his films, including some rare shorts before each feature. I…
Here’s something I wrote for an Off-Duty series, which fulfilled a dream of becoming one of the Wall Street Journal’s pointillist portraits. I also got…
I wrote a story for the new issue of Buffalo Zine, which is themed PINK this time. It’s called “I Wrote This Story for the Girl Paris Hilton” after…
Tonight at Metrograph the Cookie Mueller series starts, launching Semiotext(e)’s reissue of Walking Through Clear Water in a Pool Painted Black, and…