Stitch.

1. A place for ideaposts. Idea posts are for things I’d like to do or see someone else do. Email me or reblog if it makes you think of something related, or already done, or that you’re about to do with me.

2. A concoction of things that I like and a few things that I make. I'm especially into anything that helps me imagine ways to connect youth from different cultures in artistic, ridiculous, hilarious, serious exchanges.

3. Inspired by students & teachers I've worked with through projects like these: Inside/Out: Multimedia exchange between students in California and China. The Small World Project: Ongoing workshop series of online youth collaborations piloted in Hong Kong.

Some of my stuff: Videos on vimeo. Images on flickr.

Always eager to say hi back, allegro at gmail.
Nov 02
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thank you so much for your help pulling this off, therese.
theresecondit:

particle monologues
2009
wood, screws, bicycle wheels, rope, string, clothespins, ink, envelopes, paint

thank you so much for your help pulling this off, therese.

theresecondit:

particle monologues

2009

wood, screws, bicycle wheels, rope, string, clothespins, ink, envelopes, paint

Oct 13
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Sep 08
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last day with the students at nam wah. videos from the summer coming soon. for now, time to start the 24 hour train ride to beijing. thank you, friends and lovelies of hk.

last day with the students at nam wah. videos from the summer coming soon. for now, time to start the 24 hour train ride to beijing. thank you, friends and lovelies of hk.

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goodbye to one of my favorite spots in hk. near mtr exit c in yau ma tei.

the film continues for however long you care to stand in this narrow passage.

Sep 07
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Heat-proof, delicious-proof HK popsicles.
theresecondit:
“midnight snacks” or “the only recognizable item inside the glass jars in a chinese medicine store.” and there’s alot of jars.

Heat-proof, delicious-proof HK popsicles.

theresecondit:

“midnight snacks” or “the only recognizable item inside the glass jars in a chinese medicine store.” and there’s alot of jars.
Sep 01
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Because she failed to mention it, some additional info on this track: Therese recorded it just before dinner in a single take with no music using the built-in Macbook mic and GarageBand. Dang. Don’t Stop!

(meanwhile, wong kar wai has been rocking our apartment in HK — here’s the song in context: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhbEWIL8aKQ)

theresecondit:

If you listen to this, you are then obliged to listen to the version of this song (“Siboney”) by Connie Francis (on the 2046 soundtrack):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EikDIkpa1nM

Aug 27
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beta test!

beta test!

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nice to see this one again after it’s had a small tour through tumblr. i’ll be on that same bus in a week, leaving HK.
browneyes:

taizooo:

reretlet:
just where do you think you are scooting off to?

nice to see this one again after it’s had a small tour through tumblr. i’ll be on that same bus in a week, leaving HK.

browneyes:

taizooo:

reretlet:

just where do you think you are scooting off to?
Aug 26
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(via browneyes : kapi)

(via browneyes : kapi)