I am an art history graduate currently living in Germany. This blog is a place for me to keep the things I like, the things I know about, and the things I'd like to know more about. It is by no means meant to be impressive. It is a teaching platform for myself, and perhaps you will discover something too.
My research deals with technological failure as artistic tactic, human-machine interaction, virtuality/potentiality, difficulties of digital authenticity, and image/data clutter.
All content is not owned by me unless otherwise stated. All posts I make will be credited, and reblogs will be credited where none is already present, whenever possible. I am happy to remove any content upon request with good reason, i.e. you are the original artist.
There is no /tagged/me, but I post pictures of myself occasionally. Please keep in mind this is a personal blog and I will be posting more than just art. If you are not prepared to see non-art posts from me on your dashboard, please do not follow me.
I also run this blog, dedicated to the ridiculous things I find here on tumblr dot com.
Today was not as good as I’d hoped, but things get better all the time. I was planning on taking care of all my necessary tasks today, like buying a European SIM card, opening a bank account, officially enrolling at school, buying a bus pass, etc., but I slept too late and most offices at the university close around noon (???) and the bank said I needed an appointment to open an account. So I did a lot of walking around for nothing.
I finally finished buying the necessities, like dish soap, toilet paper, and substantial food so I can stop living off toast. I discovered an extremely beautiful route into the city that goes through a huge cemetary/orchard with the most gorgeous backyards of people’s houses at the top of a hill. I also found the Asian supermarket and finally bought dumplings and have you ever eaten something and cried because it tasted so good?????