Grabes’ Greenhouse – Pt. 3

December 12, 2018

Sally Winthrop (real name Jessa Bridges) was a modern artist from England. Her interactive set pieces were usually some combination of re-purposed technology and lots of meaningless wires. She specialized in visual installations that The Times once called, “a technological intersection between the absurd, the mundane and the disturbing.”

Grabes’ Greenhouse – Pt. 2

December 5, 2018

Our office space in Bushwick was still half-vacant. We only had a handful of writers that needed to come in to work every day, our other team would report to Terrence and I remotely. The rows of monitor stations only took up a quarter of the overall space. The monitors faced a large window that […]

Huntington – Part 1

November 7, 2018

The cobblestone driveway of Andrew Han’s home was littered with skid-marks. The comings-and-goings of his various clients and employees carved a physical imprint on his otherwise impressive estate. From his office window, he could see the entire cul-de-sac before him, and clearly spot any on-coming visitors from a significant distance away.

No Daylight – 5

September 26, 2018

*This is part 5 of a 5 part series. It was a Tuesday night. I had nothing to occupy my time with since there would be a twelve hour waiting period before I could even use a search engine. I looked out of my window into the surrounding midtown cityscape. I’d gotten this apartment specifically […]

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