Monthly Archives: June 2011

20th Century Long Island

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Looking North and East from the Platform

7 Train in Woodside, Queens.

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Tiny Markings

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Preservation as Straw Man (via Frozen Music)

I read that Goldhagen piece and my reaction was similar to this except with some sputtering and swearing alongside. Urban planning, as understood in Europe, does not exist in the United States. With only one-dimensional land use laws called zoning … Continue reading

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Views from the High Line

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In Midtown Again

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Painted Signage at the Station

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Visiting “The Transfinite”

I found the visit to Ryoji Ikeda’s installation at the Park Avenue Armory to be both mesmerizing and a little disturbing. As you walk inside the massive Wade Thompson Drill Hall the first thing you encounter is projections of light … Continue reading

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Wedding Party, Prospect Park

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