Everyone has a memory with them, and that's exactly why Paula Crown decided to create these incredible replicas.
Basim Magdy's colorful oeuvere of various mediums hints at a complex future.
The artist riffs off our obsession with our mobile phone devices.
Personal trainer-turned-performance artist Cassils gives us a window into how strict physical training tests the limits of not only endurance, but empathy.
"Trends come and go but even if I was living in a mythical arts commune I'd still be streaming EastEnders.
The base takeaway from this album is simple. And it should be taken onboard by everyone who listens.
At the Walker Art Center's museum store, you can buy 'Intangibles,' including a suite of ringtones, and a one-on-one dance performance.
Ronit Baranga's tableware appears to have mysteriously sprouted body parts—fingers, mouths, teeth, tongues, even a baby's cheeks—and questions our assumptions about the usefulness of objects. It's also supremely unsettling.
Whether you like them or not, the label have created a world that challenges the commercialism and consumption of music.