Thursday, April 2, 2020
Friday, March 6, 2020
Lohbado tells a story about Larry Dogson who changed his name to Lord Duka, who bought an old textile factory and turned it into condos. He ran into trouble with Snow White Enterprises and the goo goo underground along the way. This is totally a work of fiction, a figment of Lohbado's imagination.
Thursday, February 13, 2020
A video poem with a short commentary about word situation at the end. While walking the snow stormy streets of Montreal, Lohbado dreamed about conversations with Leo Comet at the Bleak Hotel in Mosod. Reflection on the nature of word made clear the distinction between what goes on in one's mind and what happens in the world This distinction is also implicated in words as sound and image signifying something.
Monday, January 20, 2020
While contemplating the nature of mind, Lohbado thought about walking through the old port of Montreal and along Lachine Canal. He imagined mind to be like a warehouse filled with rooms containing entities. Windows were like the senses, open to the world. He had little control over what tumbled in and out of the windows, or which rooms he stumbled into.