A few links to projects and writings elsewhere:

I can see you seeing me. The Regional Arts and Culture Council (RACC) sent out a note about this great installation at the bside6 building (524 E Burnside). 4D Sidewalk records video of passersby and plays it back at a delay on/in the bside6. It’s a project of Cityscope and artist David Neveel. Check it out 6PM to midnight daily through May 1.

See the Whitney Biennial in a whole new light, a very tiny light, or a fractured, kaleidoscopic light: WNYC and the Whitney are teaming up with a squadron of artists, critics, bloggers, thinkers…nine in all for a Twitter Tour of the Whitney Biennial led by Biennial co-curator Gary Carrion-Murayari. Couple of my favorite tweeps on the tour. Should be 140 characters of fun and you can follow along at the #whibi hashtag on Twitter at 2:30pm ET tomorrow, Tuesday March 23, 2010.

Eva to ask Cris, "Where’s the painting?" Tomorrow morning at 11:30 AM, Eva Lake talks to Portland2010 Biennial curator Cris Moss on her Art Focus radio show on KBOO.

"Funny how caution tape, and the smiley face share that same bright, sunny yellow." I reviewed Avantika Bawa’s yesterday. Yellow installation at Milepost 5 ultra.