Remembering Mike Kelley.
An exhibition exploring forms of repetition and difference.
“How do you draw information out if you aren’t involved and in love with it.”
“Moving bodies generate this system. They create, supposedly, some justification to play this market out.”
“We were relegated to Chick Lit, romance novels, our subjects were love and motherhood and other sexually-defined things. Modern Love mocks that, to some degree. It pushes back.”
The Ness is a remote and isolated place, an uninhabited no-man’s-land, for decades occupied solely by the military for practicing the dark arts of war.
On the 50th anniversary of 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering, an intergenerational concert series celebrates the technological innovations of the 1960s New York avant-garde. Times have changed.
The artist and composer stages her latest entanglement of bodies, spaces, and sounds at the Biennale de Montréal this October.
“I think that creative improvisation music models the democratic principle. Heads of state and legislative bodies could learn a lot from this practice.”
Projection as performance, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and depicting electromagnetic radiation.
Radical intimacy, technological estrangement, and hyphen as psychic portal.
Smacking noises, violins, and skewed pop experiments.
On his second stop at Wood Street Galleries, Icelandic artist Finnbogi Petursson returns with Second/Second, his first solo US exhibition, featuring two large installations involving sound, light, and water.
Images of the process behind making 0.01s: The First 1/100th Second of 1-Bit Symphony, Perich’s new conceptual art book coming out in early December.
Rock ’n’ roll and the malleability of historical fact.