Thomas Arthur Schaefer
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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Looming With Suppressed Power Over Casually Crossed Legs

"After 40 or 50 years a picture dies, because its freshness disappears. I think a picture dies after a few years like the man who painted it. Afterwards it’s called the history of art." — Marcel Duchamp



Spent last evening trying to shoot my work on a white seamless. But to my suprise the camera I was using just can't get the details in focus... Kanka thinks it's the lens that I'm using. This evening I'm gonna try shooting again with a different camera from Kanka and a much better lens. There are a few hundred works that need to be photographed in large format/high resolution. So this process will probably take me most of the week once I get the photos finally going.

In other news type things: The web site is coming along very well and I should have the first major release up within the next week or so. I'm just weeding out some bugs and fixing the preloading. I want to get it up soon because the version that I have up right now is just a clunky-place-holder.... but I had to get something up by the 1st... that was my goal.

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