It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas . . .

Yesterday, my work group went into Boston for an outing: lunch at Legal Seafood’s “Test Kitchen” and then a guided tour of the Institute of Contemporary Art. I had a great time. The food was delicious, and the art was “interesting.”

I know! Two contemporary art museum visits in three weeks. Crazy! It’s hard spending so much time thinking about art (mostly) on a meta-level: “What is the art saying about art?” But there were a few pieces that really spoke to me, and I got to spend part of the afternoon with my girlfriend, Maggie Cheung, while taking in Isaac Julien’s film nine-screen installation TEN THOUSAND WAVES. Fun fun fun!

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3 Responses to Outing

  1. Chris says:

    Hi, I really enjoy reading the blog, and was thrilled to see an teanga binn ar an griangraf (the sweet language on the photo). In case you didnt know, the Whiskey Priest is advertising Water of Life (uisce beatha (also known as whiskey)), fun and music (craic agus ceol) and food and drink (bia agus deoch).

  2. Jeff Mather says:

    Thanks for translating! I had been wondering what the Gaelic words meant. It’s such an interesting language.

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