The Infinity Burial Project

The Infinity Burial Project. Parallel/Peripheral: Working at the Intersection of Art and Other Jae Rhim Lee, artist and ACT research fellow, MIT, Cambridge MA Respondent: Nicholas A. Ashford, Professor of Technology and Policy; Director, MIT Technology and Law Program Jae Rhim Lee’s current work, the Infinity Burial Project, proposes alternatives for the post-mortem body and … Continue reading

Spring Cleaning: Letting Go

Bear with me. These images do have something in common. I am cleaning out the office at Wellesley, finally, and cleaning out the bookshelves and office at home to make room for stuff from Wellesley that I can’t part with yet. So, double copies of old paperbacks from high school that will fall apart if … Continue reading

Yesterday and today

And you thought burkas were strange clothing for women! This is the same order of nuns who taught at the grade school and high school I attended in Springfield, Il. in the 1950s and 60s. For outside, there was a long black cloak. Notice there are no hands showing. On a more contemporary note, I … Continue reading

Green Tomato Relish….recalling the taste

Retirement has arrived along with the harvest moon. This is the first time since 1979 that I have canned anything from the garden. So I decided to start with the memory of green tomato relish from the Joy of Cooking. I hope it tastes as good as I remember it! Of course, I need to … Continue reading