Hi, I’m Ním
I think a lot about how work works and talk to people about how they do the thing they do.
I wrote The Theory of Conceptual Labor to talk about a particular kind of hard work.
I wrote this essay to talk about that work in the arts.
Besides writing, most of my conceptual labor goes into my paintings or practicing Sun style Taiji.
I also do all kinds of work at all kinds of levels when it comes to making websites. Mainly for the rad folks at Bletchley Park, but I freelance too.
Here’s a project I made about the way that the tech world talks about work.
An essay about cameras and the things I pointed them at. The first of a series of essays about perception, images, and patterns that I will be posting on Medium in 2015.
My 2.5 hours at the Los Angeles Art Book fair. The recap no one asked for.
Because why not write an existential Nancy Drew story. [pdf]
Galawdewos; Belcher, W.L., eds. and trans. Kleiner, M., et al., eds. and trans.: The Life and Struggles of Our Mother Walatta Petros: A Seventeenth-Century African Biography of an Ethiopian Woman. (eBook and Hardcover)