Hey, isn't someone supposed to be keeping track? This has been going on for a month, but I had to see it listed in the New Yorker. It's a Paul Laffoley mini-retrospective, and it's up until April 21st. A must for all independent visionaries.
- alex 4-08-2001 3:43 am

Thanks Alex. I find this guy extrememly interesting. I have a small work of his titled Fetal Dreams hanging on the wall just above my computer. I'm pretty sure it has been influencing my work. Amazing stuff. Here's a little blurb about him (not quite Tom Moody quality, for sure, but it gives you a sense.) And here's a piece called Geochronmechane: The Time Machine from the Earth 1990 Serigraph in colored inks, with color pencil, Edition of 75. 32 x 32". I'll be going for sure if anyone wants to make it into a group thing.
- jim 4-08-2001 2:59 pm [add a comment]

love that piece!!
- Skinny 4-08-2001 9:58 pm [add a comment]

  • Laffoley has an essay in The UFO Show, a catalog for an exhibit curated by Barry Blinderman. Laffoley offers an interesting analysis of The Day the Earth Stood Still, a film he says he has seen 873 times. I have an extra copy of the book if anyone wants to borrow it.
    - Tom Moody 4-09-2001 1:34 am [add a comment]

    • Yes, I'd love to see that book. I have a hardcover book by Laffoley called The Phenomenology of Revelation (edited by Jeanne Marie Wasilik and published by Kent.) Great book if you'd like to see that one.
      - jim 4-09-2001 2:51 am [add a comment]

      • could TM scan & post it ?

        - bill 4-09-2001 3:33 am [add a comment]

        • It's 88 pages!!!
          - Tom Moody 4-09-2001 3:57 am [add a comment]

          • sorry, (actualy only 44 if you go double wide) nevermind.
            - bill 4-09-2001 5:55 pm [add a comment]

            • Yeah Tom, that's only about 3 hours work, come on!
              - steve 4-11-2001 3:45 pm [add a comment]

        • news
          - news- (guest) 8-09-2004 11:22 am [add a comment] [edit]

Here's a couple pictures from the show.
- jim 4-13-2001 5:19 pm [add a comment]

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