noah.JPGI haven’t posted since Monday, and I hardly wrote then, this isn’t like me, is it? The week did pick up after picking up Noah at the airport, and today I even got to take my first photo of someone with words projected on them, always a favourite motif. This is from his performance at the Art Academy today; tomorrow he’s talking in my Digital Media Aesthetics course. When more awake I might actually get around to writing about what he’s been talking about.

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