Lo-Fi laser prints on the wall. First attempt to print on the ancient printer. I’m embracing its dust and missing pixels. It fits the mood of constant flux of travel.
— says my german tea fortune…
Nude with small chandelier reflections. (Taken with Instagram)
Rainy Munich commute from the villa to the city (Taken with Instagram)
Window light on spiraled wood (Taken with Instagram)
Coffee coffee coffee. Wish I could zoom into NYC where there seems to be at least one Starbucks on every city block. Speaking of coffee.. I think my percolator just finished.
Home for now. In the mountainy, foresty outskirts of Munich.. overlooking the Starnberger See. It’s pretty surreal and amazing. I haven’t quite grasped that I’m living here yet.
Tomorrow I have an interview with a Bavarian TV network about my work and about the exhibition in Munich. I’ll be honest, I’m a little nervous. I’ve never done anything like that before. Wednesday is the opening for Next Generation - Contemporary American Photography, which is the exhibition that directly resulted in me getting this fantastic residency. It’s on view from 10th of October through the 3rd of December. Thursday is the double opening for another location of the exhibition. So, if you are in Munich or know people from Munich, come by/tell them to come by Pasinger Fabrik on Oct 10th starting at 7pm or Amerika Haus on Oct 11th starting at 7pm.
Friday, I catch up on work.. and rest.