Monthly Archives: June 2014

Strictly residential

The Trinity Kellner-scholars are back in town, back in good old Hartford. Wading through the thick layer of discarded Puerto Rican plastic flags left over from the big Latino Parade a couple of days before, I head to my new … Continue reading

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US Museums: Spatial Control and the Aesthetics of the “Interaction”

  One of art’s most mundane and at the same time mysterious characteristic is its spatiality. You’ve got to approach art. You’ve got to interact somehow; at least stand there and watch it, confront it, do a couple of rounds … Continue reading

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What are you afraid of? Gun to my head.

Tony was our study-away program’s taxi driver in Trinidad. Every Thursday afternoon he took me to and picked me up at St. Jude’s once I was ready to leave. He did not talk to me on our way back to … Continue reading

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