Easternsports (2014) is a collaborative installation by Alex Da Corte and Jayson Musson with two and a half hours of atmospheric video on four channels, and a disjointed essay-poem of tens of thousands of words running through the subtitles.
Droitcour is a writer, translator and PhD candidate in comparative literature at New York University. Bentley edits publications for various institutions, notably the exhibition catalogues Gauguin: Metamorphoses (2014) and Yoko Ono: One Woman Show,...
"Surround Audience" (Feb. 25-May 24, 2015) boasts a roster of 51 artists and collectives from over two dozen countries, and according to the museum, it will be the first time in a U.S. museum for many of them. As expected, Cornell and Trecartin's...
Though its buzzworthy name implies a cutting-edge aesthetic, Post-Internet art reinforces an all-too-familiar gallery system, according to a critic of online culture.
At first glance, ebooks and artist's books seem the perfect marriage. The multimedia and interactive features possible in ebooks provide fertile ground for experimentation.
"'Muffy' is about adolescent and childhood sexuality. The works come out of my own early sexual thoughts, feelings and inclinations, which were greatly influenced by pop culture, the Internet, my home life and my dreams."
A.i.A. editors suggest a few of the myriad events taking place this week in New York: a book launch for Laura Raicovich's spam-based new novel at Creative Time; a chat between musician Kim Gordon and artist Raymond Pettibon at the Strand bookstore;...
With slick corporate identities and digital media savvy, emerging artists are mimicking—all too closely—established forms of cultural power.
This Saturday, Oct. 12, at New York's New Museum, critic and writer Brian Droitcour will present "Vernacular Criticism," a talk advocating non-professional writing about art as a means of reinvigorating the critical discourse.
The artists' blog Loshadka lets members get quick feedback on the fragmentary, conceptual, computer-made work posted to the site.
Critic and Rhizome fellow Brian Droitcour examines Dutch artist Constant Dullaart's so-called "readymades" as a means of negotiating with the Internet.