Live feed web cam and audio work station under the stairs in the back of lobby of TBA Central at the Weiden and Kennedy Building.
I photographed the computer screen to show Edie showing me the drawing she created of me. We had a surreal moment together just then. She told me how she was still feeling that awkward feeling of camera shyness even through the computer. I told her I felt the same sort of awkward feeling when I was attempting to draw her. Drawing is not something I consider myself good at. She said she really liked my drawing of her and i was just glad it came out looking like a drawing of someone.
She faxed me the drawing she did of me and I pinned it to the wall near the workstation along with my drawing of her.
This experience reminded me of the time I was on Capitol Hill in Seattle sitting in a massage chair at an oxygen bar with purple air tubes up my nose in the walkway of a mall. I enjoyed it and recommend it to everyone – despite the feeling that you might be sitting there in public looking really strange and oddly exposed.
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