Category: Visual arts

Pyramid Club: an interview with Dan Beban

Pyramid Club: an interview with Dan Beban

by / 13/04/14 / No Comments

Pyramid Club is relatively small: there might be 60 people and that’s pretty full.

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Queasy Like Sunday Morning

Queasy Like Sunday Morning

by / 06/04/14 / No Comments

You may have heard of up-and-coming performance artist Millie Brown. She recently made a name for herself by vomiting on Lady Gaga…

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How Green Was My Uncanny Valley

How Green Was My Uncanny Valley

by / 06/04/14 / No Comments

Within the uncanny valley is a space to question what we long to see when our form is reflected back at us, and why.

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Visual Arts

Visual Arts

by / 31/03/14 / No Comments

Warhol was not afraid of being gay.

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Topographies

Topographies

by / 24/03/14 / No Comments

E-flux applies for the rights to top level domain .art.

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Art as Therapy as Bullshit

Art as Therapy as Bullshit

by / 17/03/14 / No Comments

In arguing for a holistic overhaul of art-viewing, though, de strike at a pertinent question. In the present climate, art’s claims to self-betterment are based more on the stockpiling of cultural capital than on a concern for emotional wellbeing.

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Cinema & Painting – Review

Cinema & Painting – Review

by / 10/03/14 / No Comments

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Qualia 760-620λ – Review

Qualia 760-620λ – Review

by / 10/03/14 / No Comments

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Interview with Megan Dunn

Interview with Megan Dunn

by / 03/03/14 / No Comments

Talking about art is difficult. In preparation for my piece this week, I emailed art critic Megan Dunn to find out how she tackles the subject.

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How to Talk Art

How to Talk Art

by / 03/03/14 / No Comments

It’s hard to know where to start. More often than not, it seems like art belongs to someone else. That it speaks in a language not your own.

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