into the present

A semester-long sabbatical from teaching (fall 2012) offers a precious opportunity — to re-examine, reflect, critique, remake and initiate — and to bring things left behind into the present and up to speed.

The website found at presently represents my practice and teaching from 2005 and earlier; this blog will attempt to catalog the research, practice, and teaching that I’ve been engaged in since 2006, and eventually will contain projects from earlier chapters: New York, Paris, Madrid,… ultimately replacing the other site.

I’m please to finally be able to share what I’ve been up to, after this long silence.

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