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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

"2.99 Are you outta your mind?"

Won this beaut on Ebay. The Robinson Golluber family is growing.

Call and Response

It's a bit shameful, but what with the Gerhard Richter flick in my head and lunchtime conversations about Lacan, and all, I know the moment will pass and all I will have are these videos to capture these mental audiologues with ex-New Yorker Adam over in LA... Apparently, on this app you cannot export the beats out, so what better medium than embarrassing PhotoBooth videos to immortalize the sounds.



Sunday, April 15, 2012


Dear expat Jessie Kanelos Weiner has a fantastic, Francophilic blog over at
It's a shame we didn't spend more time post ALQ shooting, but there's always the Internet to save that sorrow.


I converted an old Jo Malone perfume box into a foreign currency container that I'm in the process of filling up with euros, pounds and loonies. I became very upset that I used a too-thick pen to label it, but why cry over spilled milk...

I used to listen to "Money Changes Everything" on rainy days outside of Fowler Building's Lecture Hall. I especially remember listening to Professor Colin Renfrew's lectures on the Anatolian Hypothesis and Indo-European language evolution. It rained a lot that semester, so it must have been winter or spring, and I smoked Parliament Lights then. The campus would be very green and I had no friends in that course, and at school really, for that matter. I was and am totally okay with that. My compact, baby blue iPod was full of Radiohead and The Smiths. Writing this out after the Renfrew factoid may suggest I was a bit of an Anglophile during this era, but I don't think much more than anyone else who listens to popular music.

I think the most important thing I realized this year was that two civilizations can and do invent technology and ideas on their own. It isn't always syncretistic. Sometimes things are just a coincidence. About a decade later... I tend to believe the opposite, more or less, but maybe it's time to reexamine this thought.

He mentions that he collected coins around minute 8:00 in first interview below, which I just found to supplement the post. All comes full circle here at Hecho/Visto; I can now conclude the post with satisfaction.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

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I'm an LA transplant now living in Brooklyn. I develop film projects by day, write at night, and have a dangerous predilection for vintage Robinson Golluber scarves- this blog serves as a tiny window to everything else I do when I'm not satisfying those first three passions. I'm trying to blog more and tweet less @annabelleqv. What about you?


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