>Neurosurgery Confessionals

> I wrote this my freshman year of college for my writing class:  My dad wasn’t around much when I was younger because he was in his residency until he was 36. I can’t blame him  though, since he has to deal with life and death on an unparalleled basis.  This I came to understand… Continue reading >Neurosurgery Confessionals

>…and the Birth of Millenialism

> Our present moment of incipient socialism is inexorably changing art. The globalization of the past decade was supposed to destroy cultures and languages, but in fact, has done just the opposite, unifying groups hitherto incapable of reaching each other. Information is more readily available, because of the Internet, the great democratizing tool, and its… Continue reading >…and the Birth of Millenialism

>East Williamsburg Art Show

> The Eastern District art gallery off the Morgan stop is having an East Williamsburg show for the next month. The opening party is tonight, with a live DJ, free drinks, and some crazy cool avant garde art. I’ll be there. My friend Aakash Nihalani is going to be exhibiting. Aakash is my neighbor; he… Continue reading >East Williamsburg Art Show

>Cyber-Spatial Points of Reference

> I am indebted to Guillermo Creus for this project. When Jameson defined postmodernism he wrote, “The political form of postmodernism, if there ever is any will have as its vocation the invention and projection of a global cognitive mapping, on a social as well as a political scale” (54). Obviously, this is the internet,… Continue reading >Cyber-Spatial Points of Reference