hamish morrow

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About me

Gender Female
Industry Transportation
Occupation visual archaeologist, ordinary househusband, healer, taxi cab driver, pigeon, dot @ the end of a sentence
Location Sacramento, CA
Introduction refreshingly foreign, yet evocatively familiar. i try to embolden the original thought i seek multiple forms of freedom in a cold glass of milk. i eat kyriarchy for breakfast. i don't do domestic, but i do like those 50's American house dresses. i enjoy queering the media and being politically/spiritually kweeer i like being me i enjoy diy projects i enjoy relocation/dislocation/disembodied suburban poetics i like all thingies temporal and spatial i enjoy being a blind visual archaeologist i enjoy being a shy boy who is not afraid of being a tough girl oh and have you hear of AU REVOIR SIMONE?
Favorite Movies starting to watch more and make more videos: your welcome to take a look at my recent work although its not promising and very glitchy in terms of image and sound: http://vimeo.com/user4655486
Favorite Music wayyyy big on music these dayz 1. Mahalia Jackson (she sings gospels, hymns and spirituals), 2. Julianna Barwick (she is cool, maybe a new twist called Spiritual Loops?), 3.A. Kanyakumari (I saw her and her band play electric violins at my school last semester and WoWz it was great!), 5. Buena Vista Social Club, 6. Philip Glass, 7. Serge Gainsbourg, 8. Lata Mangeshkar, 9. HERBIE HANCOCK, 10. The Lickets; 11. Pregnant (this band from Sacramentos), 12. ASIN (probably one of my favoritest bands of all time two peeps from the band go to my church and sing songs about the struggles in the Philippines)
Favorite Books cookbooks, books that are fake so you can hide chips and cookies in them, books that come with CDs, books about music, books about people who are awesome like Wangari Matthai, my grandparents, my mom and dad, and cousins. Photobooks are my favorite though. And I like to read zines by Cindy Crabb too because they are exact all of the feelings I have about how to really take what you have in life and make things better.

i like asking questions: what is the difference between the sky and the cinema screen?