24 hours during a train stop: It’s art.
December 13, 2014 - table lamp
The Black Guys, Robert Hodge and Phillip Pyle II, lay by a train stop nearby their studio in a Third Ward.
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Robert Hodge and Phillip Pyle II — The Black Guys, they call themselves — lay together during a train stop on a transparent Houston morning. Between a dual of them, there are dual laptops, a integrate cameras, a lamp, a box of donuts – all a immature artists need to get by a 24-hour “behavioral event.” Their review ambles from Woody Allen to coiffeur emporium etiquette.