There are so many ways to feel miserable, how do you feel better? Watch this short video, ignore this guy’s really expressive eyes and you’ll hear an important message: if you’re an artist you have to make things. Today.
…about how you can’t survive as artist in New York anymore?
The difference between art and humor. Hint: there aren’t any similarities.
“Everything” a new headache brought to you by the artist duo Lernert + Sander
One of my favorite ways to view/install video.
Starting Armory Week off right.
I’m finally moved into my new apartment in Cobble Hill. The cats are settling in and only fighting 3-4 times a day, which is better than their previous lockdown in separate rooms. I’ve sold my desk in favor of a wide open studio with lots of storage and I’m using a console as a double duty desk to save space…. Read more →
When remix-friend Olivia Conti posted on her FB wall that she attended a lecture that changed her life and outlook on her career path, I needed to hear about that lecture. Here I thought it was some new agey-self-help-type thing but it turns out it was an academic lecture, which, I don’t know about you, but in my experience, those only muddled things, helping me deconstruct things… Read more →
I plan on catching up on a lot of Portlandia this weekend and I love sketches like this. I remember learning about postmodernism in college and I remember having it take over my life. Deconstructing everything in life and boiling it down it its essence, now that’s a fun day. This sketch where postmodernism takes over Portlandia just made my day. And… Read more →
Caddisfly larvae build protective cases using materials found around lakes, streams, ponds and rivers. But French artist Hubert Duprat puts these moth-like insects to work in ‘Caddis’, supplying them with gold leaf and precious stones instead of gravel, twigs or small pieces of shells. The result is one-part science experiment, one-part performance piece, one-part living sculpture and one-part copyright violation. Duprat… Read more →