New Media

Gustave Caillebotte. Paris Street, Rainy Day (La Place de l’Europe, temps de pluie). 1877. Oil on canvas. Art Institute of Chicago. [Source: Wikimedia Commons]a blind flaneur | Iwalk through my blindness the way I saunter down streets in Paris: unfettered and alive, enchanted and engaged by the raw material of the senses. I am a blind flaneur. Come along with me. Just don’t try to take my arm, unless I ask.

Robert S. Duncanson. Blue Hole, Little Miami River. 1851. Oil on canvas. Cincinnati Art Museum.Yellow Springs 2.0 | Walkable Village/Global Village/Cyber Village | What is a village? A small place, yes, as wide as the world, layered with histories and stories, where you can walk wherever you want to go. My vision of that place is  Yellow Springs 2.0.

Eugène Delacroix. Liberty Leading the People. 1830. Louvre, Paris. [Source: Wikimedia Commons]]Fair Use Lab | I confront accessibility barriers with the passion of Delacroix’s Liberty at the barricades. I believe making adaptations and negotiating accommodations is creative work. The Fair Use Lab is where I work to re-imagine what accessibility and disability could be in the public sphere.

Grant Wood. Parson Weem's' Fable. 1939. Amon Carter Museum, Forth Worth.Bottomfeeder 2008 | This legacy site was an experiment in documenting one citizen’s media ecosystem during the 2008 election and the early days of Barack Obama’s presidency. Posting ended in May 2009, while comments and trackbacks remain open.

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