I don’t mean to brag, but if you happen to be in the Antwerp area December 8, Verbeke Gallery is opening a show featuring the Vastal Virgins (which I am one of).
I won’t be there (boo for school/work) but Adam Zaretsky will be, and who knows who else. Go and see it!
(I’m there, look hard!)
Posted in Art in a place, The Future is NOW
Tagged Adam Zaretsky, Antwerp, art and technology, arts and culture, back in my day, bioart, body body body, good old fashioned fun, Isn't there a movie about this?, me, VASTAL, Verbeke
I found this graphic illustration by Stuart McMillen on Recombinant Records, by way of High Existence. Illustrating political philosophy in a graphic form is brilliant; being that we are a visual culture (for better or for worse), we don’t always get things the first time around (sorry, Postman). Continue reading
Posted in Art in an idea, The Future is NOW
Tagged Aldous Huxley, arts and culture, George Orwell, infographics, literature, Neil Postman, Occupy, Occupy Wall Street, politics, The revolution will not be televised it will be on YouTube
One of my co-workers at F Magazine wrote this topical piece about Brooklyn artist Kyle McDonald.
The Electronic Walls have Eyes
By S. Hamilton
If you saw the images, you wouldn’t think they were all that controversial. Slack-jawed, their eyes glazed over, the subjects of Kyle McDonald’s “People Staring at Computers” appear deeply focused or even caught at a bad moment. How McDonald obtained the images is what has been subject to fascination and controversy in the electronic arts community in New York City since the project was shut down in July. Continue reading