"With so much non-linear thinking going on these days, it is humbling to be reminded of the fact that there are still many things in life that are incredibly linear... We are born once and we die once. What happens in-between is totally variable."
Zander Olsen‘s Tree, Line series really plays tricks on the eye. Olsen wraps trees in white material and then photographs them from very specific angles to create the illusion of stark and unnatural shapes within an extremely natural setting. These are from an ongoing body of work, installed and photographed throughout the UK in Hampshire,...Read...
Arrington de Dionyso Interview: Shouting Into The Void (w/ Full Album Stream, Lyrical Analysis & Translations)
“I want to confront existence itself; I want to shout into the infinite void.”
This video from Sydney’s WIM creeps through nature, continues with woman, and ends in death and massacre. In 4:20, one takes a quick glimpse into an alternate reality of fog and semi-jungle surroundings which betray an initial sense of familiarity. As they say, “See you on the other side.” Directed by Daniel Askill from Collider.
"When I am lucky, I realize that so much of what informs the content that I am working with directly relates to what I surround myself with, and that can create a proactive net wherein all of the people and things around me get painted into the picture."
"Handwork is not something that needs to be inherently feminine, and I like that idea."
"It's always exciting to enter new territory, having no idea what might happen."
According to the introductory statement to the Festival’s website, “Festival of Ideas for the New City is a major new collaborative initiative in New York, involving scores of Downtown organizations working together to harness the power of the creative community to imagine the future city and explore ideas that will shape it. The Festival will...Read...
Thanks to sustaining crisp production throughout her latest record, Philharmonics, Agnes Obel sounds like a faerie whispering sweet nothings — and occasional sour musings — into your ear. Philharmonics is pleasant enough, but more than that, it’s patient — trumping along in a way that savors its own angelic purity, without all the trappings of...Read...