Being on a plane you’re just constantly being confronted with your own mortality. Or at least I am.
There is a dizzying effect to the realization / acknowledgement of one’s cringe-worthy actions as white person to date, and Aloha Aloha gives that kaleidoscopic wheel quite the healthy spin.
In the alchemy of her performance, humor and transformation become means not of hiding the self, but of revealing it.
I could go on, you should go on for me, counting heros not yet fallen.
On A Clear Day I Can See How Artificially High My Blood Pressure Has Climbed: A Conversation with Eliza Bent
Upon first entering the Five Guys on 7th Ave in Park Slope, I noticed that the usually ubiquitous pictures of salt shakers, to indicate when a dish is high in sodium, were not present on the menu. The simple menu instead featured a warning that
Jerry Lieblich and Jarrett Moran go in-depth about poop and mass
Alaina Ferris chats with Gelsey Bell about thingNY’s opera THIS TAKES PLACE CLOSE BY.
Teddy Nicholas talks to Eliza Bent about Toilet Fire: Rectums in the Rectory.
Kit Baker sits down with Ilan Bachrach (NTOK, NTUSA) to discuss the inaugural Mass Live Arts Festival, July 18 – August 3 in Great Barrington, MA.
Timothy Braun hangs out with Mac Wellman, Steve Mellor and Eliza Bent atThe Fusebox Festival in Austin, TX.
Friday night took us to Exit Art for the opening of their final exhibit, Saturday night took us to see David Neumann’s “Restless Eye” at NYLA, and Sunday we finally found some time to write up the past three weeks of Andy’s life.