Antique Light Art Brings the Northern Lights Indoors
Thomas Wilfred, the granddad of light art in the early 20th century, gets his own show at Yale University Art Gallery.
The Disco Ball Has Had Enough Tyranny, Thank You Very Much
Installation art, collage, and glam rock combine in Marc Camille Chaimowicz's immersive exhibit.
Submit Your Art to This Crowd-Sourced Zine Time Capsule
If you're a NY-based artist, here's a chance to be published.
UND3RGR0UND L0V3R5: The Play That Takes Place in a Twitter DM
Poet Sophia Le Fraga discusses translating French theater into tweets and text messages.
A Mechanical Sculpture Reframes the Legacy of Mexican Migrant Workers
An outlawed farming tool from the 1940s serves as the building block for rewriting the history of Mexican migrants in the US.
The Story of a Life, Told in 1,000,000 Movie Stills
“I had always heard your entire life flashes in front of your eyes the second before you die.”
Sand Paintings Are the New Lava Lamps
Joey Shanks creates picturesque landscapes using just sand, air, water, and pure camera wizardry.
What's Wrong with a Pope Made Out of Condoms?
'Eggs Benedict,' a 17,000-condom portrait by Niki Johnson, is only the most recent in a legacy of controversial art with religious iconography.
Introducing the Phenakistomixer: A Turntable That Lets You DJ Live Animations
Talking to to Vesna Krebs—a.k.a. VJ MissTake—about the Phenakistomixer, her mixed-media live visual performance invention.
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Predicting the Digital Apocalypse: An Interview with Douglas Coupland
How Eric Hobsbawm and Marshall McLuhan influenced Doug's latest non-fiction work, 'The Age of Earthquakes.'
The Original Creators: Sol LeWitt
We take a look at some iconic artists from numerous disciplines who have left an enduring and indelible mark on today’s creators.