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BLOCK by Darby Bailey

//www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCZ-fX-JDX0 Visit www.darbybailey.com/ for more information about BLOCK. About Darby Bailey: Voluntarily removed from parochial school in the 4th grade over sexual content in a book she was publishing for friends, Darby Bailey eventually went from downtown Salt Lake City to Santa Cruz to L.A., where she is pursing her B.A. degree at Antioch University. … Read more

I Have A Thumb Like Carl by Darby Bailey

I Have Thumb Like Carl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZZ6OZ6lAVE Inspired by the poem ‘Musings of a Police Reporter in the Identification Bureau’ by Carl Sandburg. About Darby Bailey: Voluntarily removed from parochial school in the 4th grade over sexual content in a book she was publishing for friends, Darby Bailey eventually went from downtown Salt Lake City to … Read more

Johnny by Loretta Williams

This is not a story anyone wants to hear, so I’ll give it to you slow. You let me know when you’ve heard enough. My cousin Johnny wasn’t really my cousin. He was the stepson of my aunt, my mother’s older sister who had had a bad first marriage and rather than marry again, decided … Read more

Xy & The Image Machine: A Short Film by Darby Bailey

When approaching a new project, I often free associate with themes and characters before committing to anything. Eventually a story and structure takes on its own life and I try to guide it. I was going through a transformation internally at the time of writing Xy, in regards to my own femininity. And by default, … Read more

Every Little Girl’s Fantasy: A Short Film by Vanessa M. Nichols

* Artist Statement for Every Little Girl’s Fantasy Vanessa Mayesh Nichols (aka May Ray) * A short short, just under 6 minutes, shot on a disposable (recycled) video camera. The visual and audio emulate amateur porn of a few decades past, but cast with the ever-iconic, ever-plastic Barbie doll. A paradox, superimposed by what the … Read more

Terry L. Woodard: A Photographer’s Notebook

Sunflower I took this photo at 6am one hot summer morning. I had previously tried to photograph sunflowers, but during times of high sun, the light reflecting off of the flower made it difficult. Beautiful flowers. ** Dahlia This photo is stunning because of the colors. It really shows how nature can decorate much more … Read more

The Art of JC Jaress

People who look for symbolic meanings fail to grasp the inherent poetry and mystery of the image. . . By asking ‘what does this mean?’ they express a wish that everything be understandable. But if one does not reject the mystery, one has quite a different response. One asks other things. — René Magritte JC … Read more