In the city, art has left the galleries and is on the streets, in thousands of spontaneous recombinations of the lost, forgotten, obsolete and even scorned. Here, after the apocalypse, is new life. Share my journey for as I uncover the future lying in plain view in a city with a public art gallery in the basement of a parking garage surrounded within one block by five tattoo parlours. We are all on display, and leave traces of time to come. The people have spoken. Let’s celebrate! There is, after all, no such thing as being…

Stuck in Traffic



I am working on a study of the steam punk city, Vernon, British Columbia, with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts. This blog, which began two years ago as an image-based approach to talking about writing, has embraced its images and will talk about them as a form of writing, with its own patterns and rules, as I complete the project. In the end, we are going to have a book.

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