Nayland Blake

One of my old Bard MFA professors, artist Nayland Blake, has a new show FREE!LOVE!TOOL!BOX! opening today at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. For this show Nayland will, “create several spontaneous sculptures, using his life as a point of departure. Among works on view will be his installation Ruins of a Sensibility, c. 1972-2002, consisting of a specially designed D.J. booth stocked with his collection of over 3000 LP’s, a different selection of which will be played each day during the run of the exhibition.” The show is up through January 27, 2013. If you’ve ever wondered why I’m a stylist that doesn’t seem to act like one check out Nayland’s work and remember he was amongst those who I quietly learned from… Overwhelming conclusion: life is more interesting when you draw outside the lines.

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