Like the episodic Richard Brautigan novel from which the show draws its name, Franklin Street Works’ Kool-Aid Wino is a playful yet sincere riff on the slapdash, crooked, and obscure virtue of errors.
As Voyager becomes the first human-made object to enter interstellar space, it also carries the first human-made mixtape destined for such depths of the universe.
The identity of any city is reflected in its mass transit, and who better to communicate it than the transit operators themselves?
I’ve always been fascinated with the ancient Western story of the origin of art and that immediately came to mind at the performance of Susan Hefuna and Luca Veggetti’s “NOTATIONOTATIONS” (2013).
Hyperallergic speaks with UNICEF Jordan’s Deputy Representative Michele Servadei to delve into the question of child programming at Za’atari, both in the arts and education more generally. Accompanying her answers below are photographs of artworks produced by Syrian children aged 12-18 at the camp, and they appear here for the first time.
People in New York City seem to have a particular fixation with mapping the past.
NASHVILLE — Photographer and video artist Christine Rogers didn’t intend to end up in India on a Fulbright Scholarship searching for a folkloric “heaven on earth” known as the Switzerland of India.
Many viewers are coming across the work of Norwegian-born, New York–based artist Anne Katrine Senstad at the 55th Venice Bienniale. Senstad’s work is on view in the Officina delle Zattere, as part of the group exhibition Metamorphoses of the Virtual – 100 Years of Art and Freedom. Her work deals with perception — how what we see, including the colors around us, shapes how we feel.
Did I hear you sigh with half relief/half regret thinking you would never have to talk about Sol LeWitt again? Poor fool, that time will never come!