I’m currently reading Bret Easton Ellis’ Less Than Zero. It’s very arid in the way of notable events. It’s as if Helen Keller described every mundane detail of her day in the present tense. I’m a bit disillusioned. I’ve also bookmarked hundreds of interviews that I haven’t yet bothered to read, for complete lack of motivation. For example, Tom Ford by Derek Blasberg, Rei Kawakubo by Angelo Flaccavento, and Kris Van Assche by Rick Owens. How’s that for celebrity saturation? I almost forgot to mention that I did a feature on Pogo in the new issue of Dazed & Confused. In the issue Beyoncé said that The Truman Show is a direct reflection of what being a celebrity is like, so I’m going to watch it now in an effort to prepare myself. When I was in Brussels I attended a Jeff Wall exhibit at the BOZAR. He’s a really great photographer from Vancouver, Canada. His photos, all backlit with a light-box, are larger than life, staged representations of reality. So if you’re near Brussels, check it out. If you aren’t, watch The Truman Show.