Laura Hutson Hunter
"I want to channel the energy of each performance into conjuring whatever altered state of consciousness I was in when I wrote the work."
Artist, puppeteer, and 'Pee-wee’s Playhouse' set designer Wayne White wants to take you on a tour of country music’s seedy, hilarious underbelly.
'Beautiful Losers' turns ten this month, but it still feels radical.
It's way cooler than country music and bachelorette parties.
All teddy bears go to Heaven in Charlemagne Palestine’s stuffed animal world.
Todd Bienvenu’s “Endless Bummer” does for the summer of ’96 what Brian Adams did for ’69.
“Grand Ole Opera” is a Lynchian dreamscape filled with empty trailers, neon lights, and suicidal werewolves.
Paul Anthony Smith turns photographs into pointillist representations of social constructs.
Lisa Anne Auerbach turns her protest sweaters into site-specific knit wallpaper with an edge.
A 10-year survey of Nina Chanel Abney's work explores themes of sex, race, and the internet.
Elijah Burgher’s ritual process ruminates on friendship, death, gods, and demons.