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Cake Somebody Momma Made & She Put Her Foot in It

I. From “Blood Labyrinth” I split and split again and wade in pools of skin to gather into folds. There is a rhythm to it and a rhyme and a burgeoning desire.      Part and main part, in which to take and grant sanctuary to excess and radiate defiant aliveness and injurability. To know by coccyx, […]

Salt Crystalizes a Victorian Dress Submerged in the Dead Sea

Israeli artist Sigalit Landau soaked the dress in the salty sea for three months, to stunning results.

ENERGY FLASH. The Rave Movement

An exhibition that brilliantly puts the large dance party culture of the 1990s into a neat museum package

Friday Links: Embarrassed Dancer Literally Tries to “Break the Internet”

4 hours agoArts : Art Fag City

#trimp #dinild #dinildtrimp #trump #donaldtrump #trump2016 #presidenttrump #viscousfluid #wetsuckingnoise #bloatedskinmonster #dumpsterfire #toiletfire A photo posted by Dinild Trimp (@dinildtrimp) on Aug 16, 2016 at 4:05pm PDT Spoiler Alert: Rupaul’s Drag Race: All-Stars has a whole new elimination process. Show More Summary

The Mummy's Sabbatical, Week 17

A musical interlude!You can listen to “Come Take a Ride in My Airship” as recorded in 1904 by J. W. Myers here.Or by Natalie Merchant, here.But, c’mon, you’re going to want to hear it by Johnny Cash, right?VOTE! for the Mummy’s Sabbatical...Show More Summary

Art Movements

8 hours agoArts : Hyperallergic

This week in art news: a former Malian rebel leader pleaded guilty to cultural destruction at the International Criminal Court, Italy will give all teenage residents €500 to spend on culture for their 18th birthdays, and Banksy's "Spy Booth" mural was removed and possibly destroyed.

Watch crazy sounds meet remote Finnish countryside

“Electronic music needs to be wilder” was the challenge issues by Matt Black (NinjaTune, Coldcut) last year at Ableton Loop at a talk I moderated. But maybe this could be interpreted as “into the wild” in a difference sense. At the moment,...Show More Summary

[Premiere] Grief Sparks Creativity in an Animated-Painting Music Video

The video for Makeunder’s “Great Headless Blank” turns a story of devastating grief into an emotionally vibrant animated painting.

Book review: World of Malls. Architectures of Consumption

The shopping mall was invented in the United States just less than sixty years ago and quickly spread throughout the world. Due to urban planning’s increasing orientation toward the automobile, the mall became a substitute for lost urbanity. Yet what direction is the development of the shopping mall taking today?

Rosebud Ben-Oni Looks at the Work of Kaveh Akbar in Two-Part Series

Rosebud Ben-Oni writes about Kaveh Akbar for the Kenyon Review, considering happiness and survival: “Is to understand yourself survival and to understand another happiness? Does understanding another complicate one’s survival? Or does it sustain us?” More: Forgive me— I tried to write a poem. — Kaveh Akbar, “A Failed Poem” Written in a series of […]

Tender Animated Short Tells the Tale of a Girl, a Whale, and Courage

Not quite a music video, a sonic tale gets visualized in Rebecca Meilak's new work for composer Aleah Morrison-Basu.

Make Your Delay a Vacay

yesterdayArts : Yanko Design

Make Your Delay a Vacay RESTING FURNITURE FOR AIRPORTS from Rafael Martín on Vimeo. If you’ve ever missed a flight or been delayed you’re familiar with camping out in an uncomfy...

An Opening to Imagine the Present: A Conversation with Cymene Howe and Anand Pandian

Planetary changes are happening, every single one of them, from the reduction of the albedo effect in the Arctic (loss of ice-reflectivity) to deluges and heat spells that are increasingly “unprecedented.” These events are occurring somewhere, affecting some person, now. Show More Summary

Santigold Taps Kara Walker for a Silhouette-ified Music Video

Santigold and Kara Walker play with shadow puppets in the recording artist’s latest music video directed by Ari Marcopoulos.

Life-Sized Hyperrealistic Portraits Depict Sirens in Their Element

Painter and author Mark Heine illustrates a series of underwater paintings for his new novel based on Greek mythology and folklore.

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