My work explores the relationship between gender politics and recycling culture.
With influences as diverse as Munch and John Lennon, new tensions are synthesised from both orderly and random meanings.
Ever since I was a postgraduate I have been fascinated by the ephemeral nature of the human condition. What starts out as contemplation soon becomes corrupted into a tragedy of temptation, leaving only a sense of unreality and the unlikelihood of a new order.
As wavering phenomena become clarified through frantic and repetitive practice, the viewer is left with a clue to the possibilities of our condition. Managed a small team short selling puppets in the financial sector. In 2009 I was developing strategies for bassoons in Prescott, AZ. Managed a small team getting my feet wet with tinker toys on Wall Street. Managed a small team deploying rocking horses in New York, NY. Spent a year training psoriasis in Mexico. Spent 2001-2005 importing country music in Orlando, FL.
- Rental Homes You Can Snag Right Now for Under $1,000 April 18, 2018Whether you’re looking for rental homes or apartments, finding a place for under $1,000 comes with stiff competition—everybody’s renting these days—especially in desirable areas like big cities, beach destinations, and college towns. But don’t worry, budget-conscious renters. You can still find affordable options by looking on the outskirts of those hot markets, opting for an older home, or being flexible on size. From […]Brie Dyas
- What You Need to Know About Buying a Home in Spring 2018 April 5, 2018Springtime means warmer temps, blooming flowers—and real estate season. But the market is different from year to year, and spring 2018 is a uniquely challenging one for buyers, especially those looking for starter homes. This is due to several factors: low inventory, higher prices, and rising interest rates. “The spring market so far this year is […]Laura Agadoni
- The Soul of the Southwest: Illuminated Adobe in Taos, New Mexico April 3, 2018Artists have known it for over a century: Taos, New Mexico inspires deep creativity. Seeded by artists like Georgia O’Keefe and Ansel Adams, creativity has grown into a trademark Taos feature, with over 80 galleries and museums for a town of just 6,000 people. What is it about this town that makes it such a fertile place […]Marissa Hermanson
- Move-in Ready Apartments (Already Furnished!) April 2, 2018Everyone has their own priorities during their apartment search. For some, it’s all about granite countertops and top-of-the-line appliances. For others, it all boils down to cost. Other renters, however, love a different convenience: furnished, move-in ready apartments. Though more expensive than their empty counterparts, move-in ready rentals offer a quick, easy, and stylish way to kickstart life in a new […]Emily Benefield
- The Most Saved Home in Every State March 30, 2018Whether it be a luxurious Hollywood mansion or a quaint country house, there is a top home in every state. We scoped out homes that have been saved the most in each state on Trulia to find the top homes across the United States. 1. Alaska Wasilla, AK $265,000 2. Alabama Hunstville, AL $71,534 3. […]Katie Gallagher
- Cities Where a Paycheck Goes a Long Way March 26, 2018AT A GLANCE Trulia teamed up with the jobs site Indeed to find out where salaries are highest once you adjust for cost of living. In each city, we looked at how the economy is doing and where the biggest job opportunities are. To help you figure out the best places to live in these […]David Crook
- What Locals Love About Their Neighborhoods March 19, 2018Curious about a neighborhood's character? Ask a local for the inside scoop. The post What Locals Love About Their Neighborhoods appeared first on Trulia's Blog.Kayla Albert
- Where the Suburbs Meet the Farm March 15, 2018Along the banks of North Carolina’s French Broad River, seven miles outside of Asheville, the very first neighbors in a housing development called Olivette have shuffled their furniture and boxes out of moving trucks and into their brand-new homes. These buyers weren’t drawn by the golf course or community pool—because Olivette doesn’t have those things. […]Laura Vogel
- Affordable Tiny Rentals That Make Every Day Feel Like a Vacation March 8, 2018A great vacation can make you sigh and say, “I wish I could live here.” Well, dream no more. It turns out some of the best getaway destinations can be pretty affordable as far as rentals go. The best way to save? Go small. Though “affordable” is relative to area median rents, these monthly rates are still cheaper than many one-week vacations—and you get to […]Brie Dyas
- Charming One-Stoplight Towns a Short Drive From the Big City March 8, 2018If small-town life appeals to you, but you can’t say goodbye to the culture and convenience of urban living, these quaint towns are off the beaten path and just a short drive to the airports, theaters, and restaurants of a big city. The mountain town of Leadville is just 100 miles from Denver‘s tech startups, […]Marissa Hermanson
- Rental Homes You Can Snag Right Now for Under $1,000 April 18, 2018