Childhood memories, dinosaurs, ghosts, and “other vaguely aquatic forms intermingling.”
Poet and novelist Alejandro Zambra reflects on artist Cristóbal Lehyt’s use of a Chilean song lyric and its powerful associations.
The making and tearing away of wholes. Dissolving the made or not yet made, we find ourselves in this place, a loft in the old-school fashion.
Althoff engages multiple art modes—from painting to making music, as a band member of Workshop and under the pseudonym Fanal.
I first became aware of Florian Hecker’s sound work through his CD Acid in the Style of David Tudor.
Painter (and Psychedelic Furs frontman) Richard Butler on Warhol, passing ‘the bedroom test” and why his daughter is his muse.
Eli Kezler on endless installations, raw composition, and the spatial limitations of large-scale art.
I am a child
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I wake up to the sound of a bird,
a bird that has smacked into
David Behrman, Tyondai Braxton, and Karlheinz Stockhausen took New York City by storm last weekend. Nick Hallett celebrates their interwoven histories and relationship to the cosmos.
Artist Tomashi Jackson explores the rhythms of labor and the poetic vernacular of popular culture and visuality in America.
Gordon Monahan’s book, Seeing Sound, is a trilingual, experimental text which presents his catalog of work dating from 1978 to 2011.
“The reason I am writing fiction is so that I can tell the truth from a vantage point that allows me some space.”
“I couldn’t have gone to Woodstock because I’m not fit to be a nudist.”
Pieter Schoolwerth makes music with his paintings, gets Wierd with his art.
Tom McCarthy and Margarita Gluzberg ask whether psychosis can ever be critical, whether matter can transmit, and what the word fiction finally means.
Web Extra Video Artist and animator Jennifer Levonian’s work is Irreverent and articulate, and acknowledges that places, like nephews, don’t have to be perfect to be loved.
Take a road trip to Philly’s Bodega gallery with a podcast of a performative lecture by—and interview with—choreographer Jen Rosenblit.
Curator Dan Nadel speaks about Destroy All Monsters—the collective, the members, and their continuing relevance as “cool shit” it isn’t too late to learn about as part of the exhibition showing at L.A.’s PRISM.