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A creative blog by Arthur Kegerreis on The Whole 9

Arthur Kegerreis – aka Liberal Art, aka Himat Singh – is interested in way too many things, although curiosity has not killed this cat yet. In LA for 14 years now, he has lived in NYC; VT; Amherst, MA; Santa Fe; Madison, WI; and grew up on Long Island. Arthur has been a cabinetmaker, guitar maker, Kundalini Yoga Teacher, Pilates instructor, graphic designer, composer, and playwright, though he now spends most of his time taking photos, writing songs, making video art, and building websites. Having fought his night-owlish tendencies all his life, he is fascinated by the creative process, so jump in and talk shop into the wee hours…or not.

Monthly Archives: October 2018

Super Adobe and Affordable Housing for the New Millenium

Recently, I stumbled upon the work of “The Cal-Earth Institute,” a small enclave of atypical desert adobe domes near the infamous Deep Creek Hot Springs and Adelanto Detention Center, along the highway to Barstow.
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Here’s a short clip about their work:

Here’re some of the structures built by their alumni:…
They [...]

The Imprisoned Path to Asylum at Adelanto

Yesterday in New York, a young woman from El Salvador gave birth to a boy that she and her husband named in memory of her brother, who had been brutally beaten to death by gangs in her home town when the couple refused to help traffic drugs for a gang there. After the incident, the [...]

Brett Kavanaugh: Perpetuating Travesty in DC

In the mid-1970’s, C’s water broke. She wasn’t even in high school yet. Her parents, who had been in complete denial about her pregnancy – and the uncle raping her – rushed her into their car and the mother pressed her head below the windows so the neighbors wouldn’t see her as they rushed her [...]