random ramblings from installation artist, lauren brown: what she's thinking, what she's seeing and who she's read.
it's council-clean up time and lauren is doing some serious moving soon. for the first time ever, i've been able to make a beautiful pile on my nature strip. an ode to sean and claire.PS. happy birthday to my sister, anthea xx
Cor, now there's an enjoyable half hour or two...SJ xx
They have a daily snippet in one of the Melbourne papers called "Don't you hate it when..."Last week the snippet was - Don't you hate it when you leave hard rubbish out on the path or nature strip and nobody steals it.Don't know about where you live, but that's never been a problem where I am.
Hey stan lee, it's not usually a problem, but i think it's a case of Option Paralysis at the moment. Everyone in my area has goodies out for the taking. Plus I've done such a top job at assembling my pile thet no one wants to fuck with it. I should put one of my signs near it:Please Do Not Touch The Artwork
Stan i took some! Didn't have a noticeable effect though. Lauren I even made my own pile, Frew got a fucking BICYCLE which means it is very hard to get through the front door. So i chucked out the heater which a friend of his drunkenly vomited on one night (only one of the things he spewed on). We cleaned it after but you can't clean inside the vents, and i wasn't game to use it last winter. Anyways someone took it....they'll be warm but probably wondering what the awful smell is...I put more stuff out, too, at least a bicycles worth but it did not help with getting through the front door.
oh yum.. vomit-smelling heat... now that definitely isn't beautiful!
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