Tom Helleberg was born in Boston, got an M.F.A. from the University of Alaska, and lives in Greenpoint. He can be reached at email@example.com.
SEPT 2009 | Fiction
In November 1996, Toronto art student Jubal Brown vomited blueberry yogurt, blue Jell-O, and blue icing onto Piet Mondrians Composition in Red, White and Blue at New Yorks Museum of Modern Art. Under interrogation in the MoMA basement, Brown told police detectives and museum officers that his act was the second installment in a three-part protest against oppressively trite and painfully banal art.