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From The Digital Sweatshop
The Music, Art and Travels of Alan D. Oldham a.k.a. DJ T-1000.


Tuesday, March 08, 2005

I didn't do anything today. Just one of those days. Can't be about work all the time.

The gallery show was last Saturday was great. It was a nice turnout and I got to meet the other artists in the show, all cool people. I fell in love (figuratively) with this woman Michelle Gordon, who did some incredible abstract works. Museum quality. She's hot, too. Super-tall brunette. When I met her, she told me she had Googled some of the other names on the show flyer and when she got to me, she was in awe of my globe-trotting career in the techno business, and couldn't believe I was making the jump to fine art. She seemed particularly impressed that I lived in Berlin a few years ago. Well, that was my ego boost of the night (one of many).

Overall, the work was well-received. Words like "Lichtenstein," "Pop," and "Fun" were used to describe my art. Very encouraging!

Jeff Mills' wife and sister also stopped by. Too bad Mills was out of town as always. They're really cool about supporting me whenever I do something in Chicago.

A bunch of us went out for drinks after the show. In fact, we bounced around to a couple of places. It was a great night all around.

Now it's back to reality. Gotta get back to work tomorrow. Inzec went out of business, so I have to shop these tracks elsewhere, plus I need to work on this comic book some more.

-AO :: 2:05 AM ::


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