wfw weekend #422

wfw weekend #421

one pic monday. Mark Leckey

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wfw weekend #419

one pic tuesday. Lutz Bacher

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wfw weekend #417

Katinka Bock. _o_o__o

one pic friday. Michael E. Smith

Reena Spaulings. Her And No

It’s interesting, for instance, how charcoal becomes trendy today in organic and well-being food, even if it’s been fucking up generations of miner’s lungs. Some use it as a natural way to ease stomach pain and bad digestion. I prefer its vomiting effects: it’s used as an emergency treatment for certain kinds of severe poisoning and OD’s. I like that it’s presented here in the shape of a large, family-size bread we could eat of all together, while expelling all the possible mad-driving toxins. The idea of letting go, of fluidity, of opening the valves, a joyful communal diarrhea prompted me to ask the baker how we could form a sort of orifice in the bread. He folded his arm and pushed his elbow far in the middle of the fresh dough. – The Future of Not Working, Aline Bouvy in conversation with Louise Osieka, June 5, 2017

wfw weekend #416

wfw weekend #415

Robert Grosvenor at Maccarone, Los Angeles