Category Archives: Art
I love that fire escapes is a complete sentence.
Last Saturday, Christina and I watched a reading of “Manahatta” by Mary Kathryn Nagle at the Public as part of their New Work Now! 2013 series. It’s a delightfully arch production, structured as a series of scenes between two time … Continue reading
Jon Rafman’s 9 eyes curates the work of the world’s most prolific street photography collective. via Evan Sharp
With broadband connections and high-definition YouTube and Hulu clips as prevalent as they are, why do people want to watch these relatively grainy, endlessly looping little videos? Part of the answer is that animated GIFs—soundless, coarsely textured, and powerless to … Continue reading
Why did I only now learn this existed? It’s on my itinerary next time I’m in Los Angeles. (via GOOD)