Monday, April 30, 2012

I / We / Can / Did

Me: “Sorry about your wall.”
Roy, Variable Space owner-turned-friend remarkably tolerant of my tomfoolery: “No you’re not.”
Me: “You’re right I’m not sorry at all.”

Photo by Sophia Nahli, 2012.

Press from Friday: Here’s the NPR clip in case you missed it live. I love how I CAN DO THAT was an “activist-style pick” and one of the ways to change the world. (Because I genuinely believe art can change the world and, to take the conviction one / many step(s) further, isthemeaningoflifebuuuuuuuut that’s an entirely different blog post.) And here’s another feature on Chicagoist.

Thank you. Everyone. I CAN DO THAT has been such an adventure. Everything I do is always getting bigger and bigger and better and better, and none of it has been / is possible without your support, encouragement, and passion. As always, if you took any photos at the closing reception, please email them to artists.on.the.lam{at} gmail {dot} com. Videos—like an interview by Gozamos (thank you, Abraham Velázquez Tello and Jennifer Patiño!)—coming soon.

My next adventure? Summer travel—three days until my Beijing / Shanghai / Hong Kong trip! And in June, as I’ve mentioned before, I’ll be in Switzerland and Germany—specifically Zurich, Basel, Geneva, and Berlin, and possibly Lucerne, Bern, and Lausanne. (Speaking of travel, I just saw that my postcard project was featured on Roadmonkey. I don’t know who you are or how you found me but I love you.) I’ve RSVPed to the craziest things at ART HK. Get ready—you’re about to see the art world through the eyes of a young Logan Square-living artist slash writer slash entrepreneur slash troublemaker subsisting mostly on cereal like you never have before.


  1. Expecting the Lam/spam (you can have that one) from the big bad art will be insightful and fascinating. Take hand sanitizer.

    1. Oh damn, Lam spam... good one, Peggy. It will be and will do.


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