I’m very happy about the latest interview I did with Aya Cash and Kether Donohue of You’re The Worst for PAPER Magazine! These ladies are wonderful friends on screen and off. Their true spirit and genuine way of being in the world really comes out here as we discuss existential dilemmas, marriage, compromises, and the … More Interview with AYA CASH & KETHER DONOHUE at PAPER MAGAZINE!
I need solitude to self-care. Not just a minute of solitude, but whatever time it takes to situate my spirit and get into a place where I can be inside my own version of bliss. To someone on the outside, when I’m having it the best way possible, it would look like a woman alone … More My Self-Care by Linda Lay
On Valentine’s Day, my husband went to work and stumbled on this street art piece: an arrow shot through the heart. Bright red, black, and bruised up against the telephone pole. I love the realism of the heart– is it real? A pig’s heart? Imitation? I’m not sure. I was not there in person to … More EENCH is the EENCH
Last January, around the same time an arsonist was putting bombs in people’s cars, a decapitated head was found on a hiking trail a few blocks from my house. I don’t think of myself as a city person– LA does that to you sometimes– there’s enough rolling strip malls and hiking spots to make you … More Where There Once Was a Body
Sometimes I think about art as people more so than objects. Yes, I know humans make art, but sometimes, I twist the narrative. I like to think about art as living and breathing organism, with confused feelings and moods. I saw this large photo of a Mike Mills piece in a Los Angeles gallery. It … More Cloning A Mike Mills
“Any material may be used but the theme is the same and the response is the same for all artwork… we all have the same concern, but the artist must know exactly what the experience is. He must pursue the truth relentlessly.” – Agnes Martin I like this idea of theme, response, and concern universally … More Returning, or Why Marriage is Akin to What Agnes Martin Says