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Seen in Caochangdi today

unsungtale: really???  it’s a farm run by an org that takes care of children of convicts in the far far reaches of northeast beijing

tree planting and strawberry picking at sun village yesterday.  stay tuned for a blog post! tree planting and strawberry picking at sun village yesterday.  stay tuned for a blog post! tree planting and strawberry picking at sun village yesterday.  stay tuned for a blog post! tree planting and strawberry picking at sun village yesterday.  stay tuned for a blog post! tree planting and strawberry picking at sun village yesterday.  stay tuned for a blog post!

tree planting and strawberry picking at sun village yesterday.  stay tuned for a blog post!

Green bean and tofu stir fry, spinach and cheese omelet

Lots of fresh produce from the fatm yesterday


Zizek on Lynch
The Pervert’s Guide To Cinema (2006), dir. by Sophie Fiennes

Zizek on Lynch
The Pervert’s Guide To Cinema (2006), dir. by Sophie Fiennes

Zizek on Lynch
The Pervert’s Guide To Cinema (2006), dir. by Sophie Fiennes

Zizek on Lynch

The Pervert’s Guide To Cinema (2006), dir. by Sophie Fiennes

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The hair is starting to reach lynchian heights

The whole Frames of Heart: Sadness/Grief series The whole Frames of Heart: Sadness/Grief series The whole Frames of Heart: Sadness/Grief series The whole Frames of Heart: Sadness/Grief series

I’m sort of haphazardly working on this small art thing called Frames of Heart about the way we frame our experiences.  I was at an art exhibit that was inspire by Judith Butler’s Frames of War, which I really enjoyed reading last year, and came up with the idea to visually display the frames through which I see things, and which color the way I process things.  So this is part of the first series, called

Frames of Heart: Grief/Sadness