Adri is a swivelchair intellectual with an affinity for cultural egalitarianism and a guilty predilection towards purple prose. She is hermetic in nature and adventurous in spirit – which is to say, she really likes The Internet. A Young Urban Professional by training, she prefers to squander her free waking hours taking naps in museum sculpture gardens, when she isn’t too busy gentrifying your neighborhood. As the product of dueling lineages alternately colonized by the Second Reich Germans, the Meiji-Fascist Japanese, the Imperial British, and the Red Chinese (among others), she is of the firm belief that when she is reincarnated, she will lead a passionate and violent nationalist revolution that will go horribly awry.
The Katrina Memorial stands atop a mass gravesite established in 1847 to bury the unclaimed and indigent dead.
An artist offers up the details of his private life, engaging the voyeur and fearmonger in each of us.
New innovations by La Blogotheque and others combine techniques of found sound with the dérive.
Illustrated Youtube lecture series "RSA Animate" piques the brain with movement, shape, text, and sound. And teaches some cog-sci to boot.
Despite the media's call for riots, the people of Oakland respond with solidarity, peaceful protest, a little mischief, and a whole lot of art.
Artists Trevor Paglen and Jimmy McBride use telescopic science to look skywards and to provide a mirror upon the artistic process itself.
Shanghai glamour is a subject of multiplied nostalgia for fans of Wong Kar Wai.
As hiphop becomes more abstract – sonically & visually – what happens to the MC?