Author Archives: Gaia


Minoru Yamasaki



certainly more beautiful things and observations will come

Corbusier’s Plan Voisin

New Work in Baltimore

Just put this piece up on Greenmount Avenue in Baltimore finally utilizing the patterns that I have been developing as of late. For more photos and contextual shots, check out the flickr site.

Salome with the Head of John the Baptist (London), c. 1607/1610

Gabriel Orozco, Urban Memory and the Accident I appreciate Orozco’s gentle project Until You Find Another Yellow Schwalbe because the piece trusts the connection of coincidence in a similar way that the activity of my figures in the street are contingent upon chance encounter. The random pedestrian builds a wider context of the street pieces in their urban memory, as they […]

Baltimore Spots

An Essay on the Informal Sector

I realize that it has been a long time since I’ve posted anything on this site and I hope to amend such an absence with more frequent postings but I would like to share some recent and very topical investigations into the Informal Sector in my forays into theory regarding Globalization. So without further ado: […]