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  • "Any real change implies the breakup of the world as one has always known it, the loss of all that gave one an identity, the end of safety. And at such a moment, unable to see and not daring to imagine what the future will now bring forth, one clings to what one knew, or dreamed that one possessed. Yet, it is only when a man is able, without bitterness or self-pity, to surrender a dream he has long cherished or a privilege he has long possessed that he is set free — he has set himself free —…
  • "Any real change implies the breakup of the world as one has always known it, the loss of all that gave one an identity, the end of safety. And at such a moment, unable to see and not daring to imagine what the future will now bring forth, one clings to what one knew, or dreamed that one possessed. Yet, it is only when a man is able, without bitterness or self-pity, to surrender a dream he has long cherished or a privilege he has long possessed that he is set free — he has set himself free —…
  • "Any real change implies the breakup of the world as one has always known it, the loss of all that gave one an identity, the end of safety. And at such a moment, unable to see and not daring to imagine what the future will now bring forth, one clings to what one knew, or dreamed that one possessed. Yet, it is only when a man is able, without bitterness or self-pity, to surrender a dream he has long cherished or a privilege he has long possessed that he is set free — he has set himself free —…
  • "Any real change implies the breakup of the world as one has always known it, the loss of all that gave one an identity, the end of safety. And at such a moment, unable to see and not daring to imagine what the future will now bring forth, one clings to what one knew, or dreamed that one possessed. Yet, it is only when a man is able, without bitterness or self-pity, to surrender a dream he has long cherished or a privilege he has long possessed that he is set free — he has set himself free —…
  • One night this fall, surrounded by a few hundred others, I sat cross-legged in the dirt with my daughter, Esme, on my lap, watching a skeletal dinosaur and a ghostly scarecrow-looking guy, both about seven or eight feet in height, as they danced with one another. Many of you who live in the Twin Cities likely know what I was up to. A crowd just like ours had been gathering each night for the last week in October, down by the banks of the Mississippi River for an annual puppet show celebrating de…
  • One night this fall, surrounded by a few hundred others, I sat cross-legged in the dirt with my daughter, Esme, on my lap, watching a skeletal dinosaur and a ghostly scarecrow-looking guy, both about seven or eight feet in height, as they danced with one another. Many of you who live in the Twin Cities likely know what I was up to. A crowd just like ours had been gathering each night for the last week in October, down by the banks of the Mississippi River for an annual puppet show celebrating de…
  • One night this fall, surrounded by a few hundred others, I sat cross-legged in the dirt with my daughter, Esme, on my lap, watching a skeletal dinosaur and a ghostly scarecrow-looking guy, both about seven or eight feet in height, as they danced with one another. Many of you who live in the Twin Cities likely know what I was up to. A crowd just like ours had been gathering each night for the last week in October, down by the banks of the Mississippi River for an annual puppet show celebrating de…
  • One night this fall, surrounded by a few hundred others, I sat cross-legged in the dirt with my daughter, Esme, on my lap, watching a skeletal dinosaur and a ghostly scarecrow-looking guy, both about seven or eight feet in height, as they danced with one another. Many of you who live in the Twin Cities likely know what I was up to. A crowd just like ours had been gathering each night for the last week in October, down by the banks of the Mississippi River for an annual puppet show celebrating de…
  • updated the Artwork Under Construction
    What uses might we find for a table past a place to sit and eat? Under Construction argues for an expansive view of the table as a site for recognition and discourse.  Commissioned originally for the MPLS design group RO/LU on occasion of their 2011 project A Simple Chair.