Furtherfield Blog has been running since 2006 as a shared space for personal reflections on media art practice: making it, curating it, translating it.
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Day Two: Leigh Arrives. Addendum to Day One: If you remember, I said I had been fuzzy about late night on Day One. I remember now – John and I watched the ongoing news coverage on TV, and the anchor (Pat Singleterry, Channel 9) was a hoot – he kept telling stories of people being rushed to the hospital because their gasoline generators were inside, and reminding people that their gas stoves WOULD NOT function the same because their pilot sparks were electric, and the electric was still out.