It's a damn shame.

It's been so long since my last post that I forgot how this works. Thank the stars for technology. I'm surprised to report that I didn't cry while relearning the process. Another part of my problem is that it seems silly to be writing about my relationship with objects and thinking deeply about history through them. There are objects we can study as a way to help us understand the current climate. Every time I put on my mask, I think about the beaked leather masks worn by Plague Doctors during the Bubonic Plague.

However, when worlds like PANDEMIC and MURDER HORNETS are being tossed around like baseballs in backyards, it's hard to flaunt what feels like a privilege. Nobody wants to hear that shit when they are wondering about paying the rent. So yeah...

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This project is called "It’s a Material World." It is a virtual exhibition and meeting place: an exploration of every day and evocative objects. In the meantime, check out my podcast entitled Dr. Bop