Daily Archives: October 14, 2014

Felicia van Bork

        (Click to enlarge)   Artist’s Statement One thing I especially appreciate about Americans is their confidence that they can figure out anything. I am happy to belong to a society of do-it-yourself-ers. We think we can easily learn to fix governments, relationships, health problems, language barriers, […]

At the United Mine Workers Monument to the Victims of the Ludlow Massacre, Ludlow, Colorado by John Surowiecki

  It looks like any war monument in any U.S. town except it doesn’t commemorate a war and it’s in the middle of nowhere and into its stone are carved the names of children. The meadows surrounding it look like backyards without houses attached to them: then a fog comes […]