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Wheatfield - A Confrontation: Battery Park Landfill, Downtown Manhattan

the artwork yielded 1,000 lbs. of wheat in the middle of New York City to comment on ‘human values and misplaced priorities’. It was created during a six-month period in the spring, summer, and fall of 1982 when artist Agnes Denes, with the support of the Public Art Fund, planted a field of golden wheat on two acres of rubble-strewn landfill near Wall Street and the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan (now the site of Battery Park City and the World Financial Center). The harvested grain then traveled to 28 cities worldwide in ‘The International Art Show for the End of World Hunger’ and was symbolically planted around the globe


perv-iously – WTC – Landfill The Void, late 1970s – early 80s


My Co-Ed Outdoor Soccer Team Is Better Than Yours!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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gerard playoffs fall 2013

yes, I even do poorly made photchops for my co-ed soccer team


Way This Walk

you’ve been walkin’ with me and the perma-Thighmistress*, right???????????????


The Project Manhattan

Walking Every Single Street On The Island of Many Hills


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come for the photography, stay for the words




*full title for my future Queen of the Kingdom of Thighland still TBD


To The Wonder

Global Citizen Festival
Great Lawn – Central Park 
September 28th

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Everyone hates poverty.  There’s an organization set up to end it by 2112 or something.  I hope they do.  As an incentive to get others motivated to do the same, they dangle the carrot of free tickets to an awesome concert if you sign some petitions and what not.  BLAMMMM-O.  This is exactly what got me motivated to end poverty AND see Stevie Wonder in Central Park, FO FREE!!!  YESSSSSSS!!!!  Heck, I’d agree to end poverty by signing petitions even if the only thing they were handing out was/is free fried chicken skin!!!

But the concert wasn’t juss Stevie.  There was John Mayor and Queens of Neon and Elvis Costello playing some poopy song for a second, and that Janette Maynoisse girl came in and dropped some tunes, and there was Alicia Keys too, who we REALLY wanted to see, but only heard her, as it took about 9 hours to walk thru a maze of fences to get into the event.  No REAL gripes here – as the show was free, and for a good cause, although we could have done without the speeches, but free is free and poverty BLOWS!!!

Anywho, this show was really all about Stevie.  You MUSSSSSSSS see Stevie Wonder in concert.  MUSTTTT.  This was our third time with lil big Stevie (Jones Beach in 2008 + the crazy duet madness at The 25th Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Anniversary Concerts – Night 1 in 2009), and we are prepared to see him 33 more times.  An ageless… wonder, who is juss purely… wonder…ful, and full of life, and love, and songs that will be with us 17ever, even when man orbits Uranus!  Bless you Stevie.  BLESS YOU.  TAKE MY EYES, CAUSE YOU ALREADY OWN MY EARS!!!

Stevie Setlist –  How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You) (Marvin Gaye cover) / Master Blaster (Jammin’) / Higher Ground (with Janelle Monáe) / Sir Duke /Day Tripper (The Beatles cover) / Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours) / My Cherie Amour / Living for the City / Imagine (John Lennon cover) / Superstition / Isn’t She Lovely (with Maxwell) / Do I Do / I Just Called to Say I Love You

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