Thoughts on Anne Washburn’s 10 out of 12
Nothing to See Yet, but Something to Do a space for eating and drinking defecating and urinating remembering and archiving Please bring in one
Reflecting on Aya Ogawa’s LUDIC PROXY.
A poet, landlord, and gymrat walk into a bar… … Sounds like the beginnings of an overwrought and predictable joke but it’s actually the premise of “Earshot,” a theatrical sound installation directed by Jaime Sunwoo, a New York native and recent graduate. “Earshot,” which
In Bambif*cker/Kaffeehaus, Little Lord presents a smorgasbord of indelicate delicacies.
The Creative Cities Summit looked like it was cool. It was in Detroit. It had cool panels like The Future of Creative Expression for Cities… Other cool stuff I missed: The City as Interactive Installation in Milwaukee Oh man.
[I’m tired, I’ll try and add links later!] Okay so Wednesday I headed down to HERE ARTS CENTER to see OH WHAT WAR, Mallory Catlett & Co.’s new multimedia meditation on war from the doughboy’s perspective. The set looks like a WWI trench populated by
My friend Maia Marinelli sent me this update on some work she has opening in Genoa. She has done some pretty interesting interactive collaborative stuff. I actually can’t tell if this is going to only be happening in Genoa or if it will be happening