The New York-based collective follows a Modernist, century-old principle with almost all of its interventions: the desire to forge connections between worlds. Visiting their stark white New York office, one saw technophiles swiping around on their smartphones, circling from one subject to the next: fashion, sex, sociology, technology, popular culture, politics, recounted via one of the most far-reaching and democratic mediums in the history of publicity: the internet...
Bent before a Screen and Dreaming
The avant-garde composer and artist Tony Conrad passed away last week. A number of his obituaries printed his passage on discovery: “When I have this feeling that I’m working in some territory I can’t clearly identify, I feel enormously encouraged..."
On Entropy in Marfa
Most art is fragile and some should be placed and never moved again. —Donald Judd in the first Chinati Foundation catalogue, 1987