This past year I began writing for KQED Arts, where I write mostly about art and digital culture. It’s been fun and a great way to write about broader topics for a wider audience!
Miranda July’s newest project We Think Alone is true to her oeuvre and interest in the way we do, or do not, connect with one another. But We Think Alone has less of July’s direct voice, as the project is her forwarding you emails from some of her famous friend and acquaintances. Take a peak here.
I also wrote a piece looking at some of the implications of celebrity Kickstarter campaigns and Amazon’s newest venture Amazon Fine Art where you can literally buy a Norman Rockwell for over $4.5 million.