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You are invited to an exchange of correspondence during the isolation forced upon us by the pandemic. All you need is a postcard-sized piece of paper onto which you can make a drawing, print a photo, write a poem or your favorite family recipe – whatever gets you through this exceptional time.

In return I will send you a drawing on a 12 x 17 cm card. The goal is, rather than to post online, to use the original post, to directly send a message, rather than messaging an undefined audience.

Please contact me for further information and to exchange addresses. I am looking forward to hearing from you.

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My essay "Playing the Fiddle While the Amazon Burns" is now available online. The print version was published with errors, but the online article is correct. It is about art, climate change, and how the way we judge and appreciate art is changing.

I recently wrote on "the neurotics of the grid" in the work of Korean artist Jong-Kwang Hyun as part of his residency at the Berlin Art Institute.

"I know that I know nothing," is an essay on the relationship between art and knowledge in the work of Haeshin Chung.