This past weekend’s Pulse New York offered many examples of uninspiring or downright cheesy contemporary art, interspersed with a few gems.
Moby and David Byrne are just wrong. New York may be many things to many people, but it is most certainly creative.
Moby is a polymath, that we know. If we didn’t know that, we found out after visiting the tea shop he used to own on the Lower East Side. Maybe you’ve also heard other factoids about him too, like his support for animal rights or his alleged ancestral link to Herman Melville. We do not jest. (Actually, his Wikipedia page is full of surprises.) Today we look at another facet of Moby’s broad passion: the architecture of Los Angeles.