I’m the King of Jubilee Jumbles

artist Nayland Blake natters on about art and other things


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Twenty-five years! That’s the span between these two goofy studio shots. One was taken for a graduate school project of mine that was supposedly critiquing the late 70’s gay clone look. The other is part of the Richard Kern/Vice magazine shoot. By the way, that issue has been printed, and the interview is pretty funny, mostly about (ahem) sex stuff. You have to check around on Vice’s site for clues as to where to pick it up.

I’ve sort of gone from snippy queen to faux-bo (fake hobo).

This combo of pictures is my proposed announcement for the show I’m going to do in December, which is shaping up to be a small, eccentric retrospective of my smaller, more eccentric work.

Not a whole lot of that work is geting done in the studio these days, mostly because my time is so booked up with other duties. But I’ll get back to it.


Written by naylandblake

October 8, 2008 at 12:37 pm

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