Tag Archives: Blueprints for a Past Future

We have spent the last week imagining what it would have been like to have been flies on the wall of Michael Wolff’s first days inside the White House. If we were able to use some form of time-travel-metamorphosis machine to transport and transform ourselves, through time and space, we wish we were there at […]

I missed My Sweet Country, the series of performances by Prinz Gholem at the Temple of Olympian Zeus and the Odeion of Agrippa in the Agora. However, I was luck enough to meet someone in Athens who had been there and she sent me some photographs and videos she took of their performances, such as […]

Today is the last day of Blueprints for a Past Future – an exhibition that brings together the work and ideas of Faculty and Students from this semester’s classes at Ohio State that engage with the radical educational and artistic experiment of Black Mountain College (during the run of the Wexner Center for the Arts […]