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Expand Your Mind with Charles Lindsay

Charles Lindsay describes himself as “a conceptual artist-adventurer, whose work synthesizes ideas about technology, time, eco-systems, and semiotics.” And he believes playing a ton of golf falls into that description.
Charles Lindsay

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Charles Lindsay describes himself as “a conceptual artist-adventurer, whose work synthesizes ideas about technology, time, eco-systems, and semiotics.” And he believes playing a ton of golf falls into that description. Lindsay joins host Tom Coyne for a wide-ranging discussion on golf’s relationship with hunting, his work with the Search for Extraterrestrials Intelligence Institute, becoming unlikely playing partners with John Updike and how he created the book of hilarious golf images that are featured in TGJ No. 12

“Fifteen feet into the wetlands was just solid, solid golf balls. So the geologist in me is thinking, ‘In some future this is going to be stratigraphy.’ Instead of the ruins of Pompeii, if humans survive that long, there will be these layers of golf balls that will just turn into rock.”

Charles Lindsay