I Am You by Member of the Restorative Justice Project and Mural Arts Program, Sci Graterford Even if you watch Orange is the New Black religiously, chances are your encounters with everyday prison life are limited. Even cursory image...Show More Summary
Screencaps via There's a subset of urban exploration called "draining" that involves art of finding and photographing the culverts and sewer systems beneath major cities. Anonymous photographer Substormflow's new draining video, Drains...Show More Summary
Nine artists joined forces to create an animated exquisite corpse for Dan Deacon’s latest music video, “When I Was Done Dying,” off new album Gliss Riffer (Domino). From illustrator Jake Fried's coffee and whiteout craniums to KOKOFREAKBEAN's...Show More Summary
Images courtesy Song Exploder Song Exploder is a podcast where musicians deconstruct their songs and tell the stories behind how they were made. In the past, it's explored tracks from The Postal Service to How to Dress Well, and even House of Cards composer, Jeff Beal. Show More Summary
GIFv by the author Plants are the newest additions to artist Kamiel Rongen's liquid landscapes. For the latest work in his Waterballet series, Rozen oet Lottum, Rongen cites Henri Rousseau as inspiration: "With a little bit of luck,Show More Summary
Today sees the release of the fourth film in the Don't Hug Me I'm Scared series, which takes on the theme of computers, to hilarious effect...
Before this recording arrived in my mailbox, I: ( a) didn’t know there was an operatic version of Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, one of my favorite plays; and (b) was unfamiliar with the works of composer Gerald Berry. After several hearings, I’m still not convinced that there is an operatic version of Earnest. Show More Summary
On this day in 2015 editorial doyenne La Cieca booked premium seats for a theater party to see the waggish comedy bombshell Living on Love.
Arriving with dance and music, draped in orange and pink flowers, the dead keep constant company in Varanasi, India, where cremations happen by the hundred each day on the Ganges River.
Allen & Heath aren’t bombarding the market with products. They’re not hopping on lots of new gimmicks. What they are doing is quietly releasing well-designed mixers that dominate the DJ scene. And the Xone:43 looks nothing if not eminently...Show More Summary
We’re counting down the days to this Saturday 4 April, when Hollywood actress Victoria Tennant (best known for her starring role in L.A. Story) will sit down with our artistic director in a special-event McAllister in Conversation. Victoria has written … Continue reading ?
Ondi Timoner is the only two-time recipient of Sundance’s Grand Jury Prize for documentaries. She's also the founder and CEO of Interloper Films, a full-service production company based in Pasadena, California, that continually releases videos through an online video portal, A Total Disruption.
The Bust of Marketa Novakova - Interactive video mapping from CIANT Prague on Vimeo. An interactive homage to Holocaust victims and survivors is emerging through the testimony of Terezín and Auschwitz survivor Markéta Nováková. Thanks...Show More Summary
Club Rothko - Save 02 from LaTurbo Avedon on Vimeo. Don't forget to hit save on your way out: LaTurbo Avedon has logged back into Club Rothko with a brand new video that she's been screening since last weekend at the CICA Museum, Czong, Korea. Show More Summary
Guest post by Crystal Baxley. Greetings from sunny Los Angeles! After 17 years, I’ve recently relocated to Los Angeles from Portland. It’s not fucking easy; but I’m generally really stoked on the whole thing. I’ve got a lot to learn about L.A. art, and there’s a hole in B@S L.A. coverage – so here […]
littleBits’ Synth Kit began as a lot of fun. Snap together small bare boards connected by custom magnets, and you can create basic synthesizers, or mix and match more exotic littleBits modules light light sensors. No soldering or cable connections are required. Show More Summary
For one housing complex in Mumbai, monkeys are the new rats. Sounds kinda cute until you read the article and realize that it’s actually terrifying because monkeys 1) are smart enough to figure out sliding glass doors and elevator buttons 2) have long, pointy teeth 3) straight-up give no fucks. Show More Summary
It's been a grand old month for music videos, and we have some gems to share with you here, opening with a space age adventure from director Saman Kesh for Kygo's Stole The Show...
Rishi Kaneria's new supercut aligns dozens of profile shots from Quentin Tarantino films into a cavalcade of hyper-short vignettes. Kaneria often fixates on color, as in Red and Yellow: A Wes Anderson Supercut and ROYGBIV: A Pixar Supercut,...Show More Summary
Arthur Danto’s best known essay, The End of Art, continues to be cited more than it is understood. What was Danto’s argument? Is art really over? And if so, what are the implications for art history and art-making?