I Tried to Live Off Jim Bakker's Disgusting Apocalypse Food

The disgraced televangelist is back on TV, this time hocking doomsday prepper food.


The 150,000 Square Foot '14th Factory' Is Bigger Than Its Kubrick Room

Artist Simon Birch builds an interdisciplinary park in a defunct factory on the edges of downtown and of sanity.


Apples and Ballons Are Like Paper for This Poet Laureate

Redmond Poet Laureate Shin Yu Pai is changing the way we experience poetry.


4 Experiential Artists Who Brightened Up 2016 | The Wrap-Up

Liz West, Nonotak, Moment Factory, and Jeremy Couillard promised us magical experiences this year, and didn’t disappoint.


Public Art by Björk, JR, and Yoko Ono Comes to Moscow

Times Square Arts ships its greatest hits from the Big Apple to Russia.


Inside Robert Irwin’s Dazzling New Monument to Light and Space

Take a walk through Robert Irwin’s first free-standing installation in the art Mecca of Marfa, Texas.


Walk on Water at an Art Installation in an Italian Lake

The Floating Piers is legendary artist Christo's latest monumental project.


Swim With Balloons and Watch People Puke at the Park Avenue Armory

Combining old and new works, Martin Creed's installations are thinly veiled metaphors for bodily functions.


5 Experiential Artists to Elevate Your Consciousness in 2016

On the horizon: meditative installations, jarring VR stunts and illuminating public art.


We Took a Ride on the You Me Bum Bum Train

It's not immersive theater; it's a bizarre, joyful, nonsense experience that can't really be put into words.


I Disappeared in the Music and Motors of Zimoun's Low-Tech Labyrinth

Inside Zimoun's '250 prepared ac-motors, 325 kg roof laths, 1.8km rope,' the artist's largest site-specific installation in the US ever.