Tag Archives: art and sixth extinction

Carved and Painted

Now comes a brief dialogue with distinguished artist and DP friend Morgan Bulkeley, regarding an extraordinary series of carved and painted reliefs completed during the Covidzeit, with an Autumn 2021 show at the Yezerski Gallery in Boston.

 

Images by Morgan Bulkeley; video by Hans Teensma.

 

LUCY

 

 

FRITTERING WITH MY FACE

 

 

UNTITLED IVORYBILL SCULPTURE

 

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Hold Still and See

Every now and then, we come across web-embedded voices that elicit audible shouts of affirmation throughout DP’s vast editorial complex. Such was our reaction upon reading a recent dialogue in the Los Angeles Review of Books between Everett Hamner and Richard Powers, roaming deep forests of ideas in the vicinity of Powers’ recently published novel, The Overstory.

We highly recommend consideration of the entire exchange; a few brief excerpts below. Images are from the studio of Lora Fosberg, whose work we also highly recommend.

Now comes Richard Powers, on the role of literature (and the moral responsibility of fiction writers) in the time of the Sixth Extinction:

 

 

HEARTACHES

 

 

SWEET BEGINNINGS

 

 

YOU ALWAYS HURT THE ONE YOU LOVE

 

On the actions of a “proudly suicidal” (!) administration:

 

 

EVERYTHING MEANS EVERYTHING

 

 

YES

 

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