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Non-fiction Photography

Bridges over the Hudson

On Thanksgiving Day this year, I experienced ye olde Hudson River in a new light, a quite simple light, one that tickled my explorerbone because it concerns the intersection of geography and civil engineering, literally in fact. We think of our world in diagrams, in images and figures that are easy to conjure, communicate, and […]

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Art Non-fiction

Art Must Never Develop

Bullet thoughts on a broad topic: Culture has a cyclical life, with birth, maturity, death, and rebirth. “Golden Ages” typically happen during cultural maturity. Separations of people into classes are strongest before cultural death. Revolutions, or death/rebirth phases of culture, come about in response to class separation. The democratic fight is on the side of […]