Taking a page from the reality TV book, French artist Christian Boltanski has agreed to be taped 24/7 for the rest of his life as a part of an exhibit put on by Tasmanian millionare David Walsh at his Museum of Old and New Art in Tasmania. While it’s an impressive feat, I’m not sure how many people will be lining up in the museum to watch years and years of video of Boltanski eating breakfast, going shopping, mowing the lawn, etc. Oh, I gotta go, Jon and Kate Plus Eight is on…
I saw El Bocho, the Berlin street artist, on Bizarre World with Andrew Zimmern a couple of days ago. Street artists are usually very interesting to me, but this one was particularly impressive. He reminds me of BNE from New York, as El Bocho hides his identity in order to maintain the presence and integrity of his art.
I visited my first cache in over two years yesterday. I have to admit, all of the memories began to flood back, making me all the more ready to visit hundreds more. Most of the people that I talk to about geocaching find it odd and silly upon first listen, but I have yet to meet someone who didn’t enjoy themselves when they tried it. My dare to you is to go find one cache. Keep trying until you find one, then come back and tell me about your experience. With the increased availability of GPS-ready devices, you should have no trouble finding your way.
Rest assured, over the next few months you will be seeing more reports of caches and photos from my adventures.