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Rena Littleson Draws Herself In Black And White Detail.

Australian artist Rena Littleson‘s latest self-portrait series puts her in situations and postures occupied by the self-conscious, the martyred, the shamed, the belligerent, and the confused. It’s not stated overtly whether these images are actually a reflection of her mind-state at any given time or not, but the drawings, though excellently rendered and realistically grey-scaled,...Read...
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Christine Wong Yap: Positive Signs Interpretive Diagrams

The SF Moma blog has taken to publishing a series of Positive Signs, which is described as, “a weekly series of interpretive diagrams, quotes, and speculations on creativity, optimism*, and the lives of artists, published every Wednesday through June. (*Notwithstanding brief forays into the nature of space, stuff, experience, and cognition.)” Original post here. #25,...Read...
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Sea Of Bees – “Sidepain” Music Video

What I find fascinating about Sea Of Bees’ new video for “Sidepain” is this: it’s not that often you get to study a stranger’s face up-close, particularly in a music video. For half of this video, you get to closely follow around Julie Ann Bee, the creative force behind Sea Of Bees. Insert some friends...Read...
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Midday Veil – “Anthem” Music Video

I think my brain waves are rippling in time with the amorphous pustules and static globs of this video. Really, though, I can’t figure out why this is so mesmerizing… there is really nothing incredibly complicated about it, but the soothing qualities of vocalist Emily Pothast’s voice just kind of lullaby me into submission, and...Read...
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Project Jenny, Project Jan – “Lucky Me” Music Video

Oceans of watery paint swirl and marble in this video collaboration between laptop band Project Jenny, Project Jan, and Turkish artist Hikmet Barutçugil. The style of painting used in the video is called ebrû, or “marbling”, and involves paint floating upon a watery surface, manipulated by special instruments. The resulting images are reminiscent of any...Read...
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Colourmusic – “Tog” Music Video

Do these concertogers look a little bit like your average Seattlite at an indie rock concert? Bored out of their minds? Glassy-eyed and yawning while pretending to stay focused? Perhaps… Apparently, though, according to Colourmusic, the key is to douse a crowd with ketchup, or smatter an onion into their eyeballs, and then everything will...Read...
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O’Death – “Bugs” Music Video

O’Death are an “American Gothic Country band” — which might not seem to make that much sense, until you listen to their music while watching their music videos, which seem bizarre and ritualistic in a creepy, East Coast woodsy kind of way (and serving as one of the best interpretations of such). All the better...Read...
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