So I met this Argonian mage (from Interesting NPCs, judging by the extensive dialogue) in a cave and chatted with him for a while. I left the place and was almost halfway down the hill before I realized that he had chosen to follow me and Marcurio even though I didn’t ask him to. I guess we’re a party of three now…?
Standing Julian is a portrait of Urs Fischer’s friend and fellow artist Julian Schnabel. The massive sculpture is also a wax candle: lit every morning and extinguished each night, Standing Julian will slowly melt over the course of Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney’s Collection. Although this candle will eventually burn down and be discarded, the sculpture can also be recast and lit anew. As Fischer explains, his waxworks allow “materials and images to take on their own life.”
Thank you so much!! Anon, I can’t tell you how exciting it is to hear that! Things are going to get really interesting for the next installment, too; I’m really looking forward to fleshing it out. @littlechmura have screamed about it a bit to each other the last couple of days and I am fully confident that she’s going to destroy us with her talent yet again
Hello Emma! ^^ I was just wondering how you are able to play that cool game you post a lot on twitter? (18?) do you think a version would ever be released for English people? O: it seems fun!
Hi anon! :D There’s actually an English version of 18 out in the North American android app store, with an iOS version coming at a later date~ However if you’re looking to play the utaite collab quests and such, unfortunately there’s no utaite content in the English versions ;; If you’re interested in installing the Japanese, I wrote a guide about how to install and play it here! Although the stuff about utaite in that guide might be a little out of date now, but generally it should all be correct~ Hope that helps!
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Sculptor Jim Hodges (1957) created a compelling installation at Barbara Gladstone’s 21st St. location in NY, grouping 4 large scale boulders around a central void. Hodges replaced part of the original surface of the rock with vibrantly colored stainless steel casts offs. Part of an new body of work …