Monthly Archives: March 2015

A Few Minutes with Tom

I’d like to make a sort of documentary or portrait of my classmate Tom Boram. He seems wary, but potentially willing. I spent a little while with him in his studio this morning before class, and shot a bit of … Continue reading

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A Fragment…

…from an alternative history of art: “But imagine if the ancient Greeks hadn’t discovered their miraculous technique for powder-coating marble, light-fast and resistant to the elements, what a somber and colorless affair might Neoclassicism have been…”

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Pop!

An aesthetic event that I’ve been anxiously awaiting since I was a boy has finally happened, and somehow it took nearly six months for me to notice. The 1966 Batman television series is commercially available, uncut and remastered, for the … Continue reading

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Art of the Western World

I’ve been reconnecting lately with my childhood hero, Michael Wood. His documentaries, especially “In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great,” were a major influence on my decision to study history, and also on my love of documentary film. I’ve been … Continue reading

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New Work: The Pump

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New Work: The Thing

The Thing (Fragment #1) from Wes Stitt on Vimeo.

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