Day For Night
From Hans Zimmer at Coachella to John Carpenter at Primavera Sound, mainstream music festivals are turning composers into rock stars. We spoke with Carpenter and others about the strange new booking trend, and why it's more than just a novelty grab.
Here’s a recap of all of the light art you missed in Houston.
The UK prankster's first show stateside in eight years was a joyful, militaristic rave in a rainstorm.
He sold the mysterious, limited-edition record at Houston's Day for Night festival this weekend, where he performed.
The apocalyptic soundtrack might make this election great—or at least less bad—again.
A last second joke addition to a lineup exposed a ton about meme culture, clickbait, the state of journalism, how news is shared, and affection for a dead gorilla.
Mark Eats' audiovisual piece 'Primary Forms' turns nature's recurring patterns into interactive projections.
Through cascading visuals and dense fog installation 'lull' exists in a place between wakefulness and sleep.
"The oppression and abuse toward the female body is similar to how the Earth has been treated and sold and exploited and disregarded."
Spatial awareness disappears in this installation of flickering interplay between shadow and light.