Sometimes, when you’re on the cusp of moving to a different country for an indeterminate amount of time, the only thing to do is have one of your dearest pals draw on your wrist, then head to a tattoo parlor to make it permanent. I love you, Darnell Snyder Witt!

Sometimes, when you’re on the cusp of moving to a different country for an indeterminate amount of time, the only thing to do is have one of your dearest pals draw on your wrist, then head to a tattoo parlor to make it permanent. 

I love you, Darnell Snyder Witt!

If you have five-and-a-half minutes, a pair of headphones, and you can’t think of anything better to do, I would be honored for you to watch this thing that I made.

Interlude spent some time living in gallery spaces, but now it’s time for her to live in the wilderness of the interwebs. 

These are old friends that have been sold. It’s been years since I’ve touched them, actually. All those threads, scraps of fabric and photos. It’s such a curious, funny feeling, running into these forgotten things.

(via archiveofspace)

Allowing myself a moment to freak out over the review that Peter Plagens wrote for The Wall Street Journal about my show at BravinLee. It has been an incredible, overwhelming, scary, beautiful six months. I am so grateful, I feel like screaming and kissing everyone that I know.It is so strange to read the words “wistfully, soulfully, brilliantly” and try to convince myself that these words were chosen by a stranger — an incredibly successful artist and critic — to describe the way that I make my work…! It’s just too much, the feelings I have are too big for my body.Just, man oh man. Thank you, universe. 

Allowing myself a moment to freak out over the review that Peter Plagens wrote for The Wall Street Journal about my show at BravinLee

It has been an incredible, overwhelming, scary, beautiful six months. I am so grateful, I feel like screaming and kissing everyone that I know.

It is so strange to read the words “wistfully, soulfully, brilliantly” and try to convince myself that these words were chosen by a stranger  an incredibly successful artist and critic  to describe the way that I make my work…! It’s just too much, the feelings I have are too big for my body.

Just, man oh man. Thank you, universe