This January I had the privilege of seeing Saori Tsukada and Nikki Appino’s CLUB DIAMOND at the Public Theater’s Under the Radar festival. The work uses various forms of storytelling (live performance, silent film, musical composition, scrappy street theater) to speak deeply about our collective
Festival profile: Under the Radar, New York
This book begins with the building of a house, and the building of a company while building the house. It expands to look at the ideas found in various rooms, some of which expanded into virtual space while they still were grounded in the lives
James Harrison Monaco and Jerome Ellis talk about their creation process for Aaron/Marie.
A response to Iranian artist Amir Reza Koohestani’s TIMELOSS in the Under the Radar Festival
What if we radically embrace the notion that God is Change?
Is appropriation another act of radical revaluing?
“if you’re happy and you know it, shut up and stop taking up space”
Brando, live feed, bubbles and the notion of home in Agrupación Señor Serrano’s UTR piece
O JARDIM by Companhia Hiato/Leonardo Moreira (Brazil) and CINEASTAS by Mariano Pensotti (Argentina) in conversation with each other.
Jerry Lieblich reflects on Daniel Fish’s A (Radically Condensed and Expanded) Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again
Writer Lucy Alibar on her new show in UTR’s Incoming! Series