Monthly Archives: March 2010

Barn Owl Nest Cam

This is a live feed of a wild female barn owl named Molly nesting in California. I’m finding it totally captivating and also strangely relaxing. Click “Read More” for the live video stream.

The Prophet Dube

The Prophet Dube, a show of photography and video by Peter Sutherland, is opening Thursday, April 1st at Mountain Fold Gallery from 7-9 pm. The show runs through April 17. Mountain Fold Gallery, 55 Fifth Avenue, 18th Floor, New York, NY 10003

Miike Snow

Miike Snow DJ set at Tribeca Grand with support from Delorean and Lemonade. Photo by Sara Gomes.

Breaking Upwards

IFC Films is releasing a film our friend Zoe Lister-Jones co-wrote, produced, and starred in, “Breaking Upwards .” It opens at the IFC Center in New York on April 2nd and will be playing for one week. It then goes to LA on April 9th, San Francisco on April 16th and from there to Boston, Connecticut, and Minneapolis. Trailer after the [...]

Flâneurs Zine by Sonya Derman

Flâneur is a semi-slang term coined by Baudelaire. Taken from the French verb flâner, which means to stroll, the term flâneur literally means someone who strolls, but the connotation is someone who discovers a city on foot. Flâneurs is also the title of a new zine by San Francisco based artist and illustrator Sonya Derman. [...]

Louder Than A Bomb

Chicago’s teen poetry slam, Louder Than A Bomb, just celebrated their 10th anniversary this month, holding the title as the largest teen poetry slam in the country. The documentary about this annual festival, directed by Jon Siskel and Greg Jacobs, just took the Audience Choice Award for best film and the Greg Gund Memorial Standing [...]

Ripped: T-Shirts From The Underground

Last night at Acne’s party for Cesar Padillas’ new book, Ripped: T-Shirts From The Underground.

Mining the Past in the Present: Haunted at the Guggenheim

Adam Helms‘s, Untitled Portrait (Santa Fe Trail), 2007, from Haunted Opening today, Haunted: Contemporary Photography/Video/Performance is the latest show at the Guggenheim to focus on performance-based art. Including photography, sound, and video along with performance, Haunted is a far cry from the Tino Sehgal make-out session of the last 3 months or last year’s THEANYSPACEWHATEVER show. [...]

Introducing Clifton Benevento

Tomorrow night with be the first opening at Michael Clifton and Michael Benevento’s new Soho Gallery, Clifton Benevento. The group show titled “Big Apple” honors an entrepreneurial group of artists who held 15 plus exhibitions and events over the past year, artshows in apartments, and events at Printed Matter, PS1 as well as Artist Space. [...]

Architecture and Morality, a SXSW photo essay by John D

You’ve seen all the obligatory reportage photos of bands performing at South-by-Southwest in Austin last week. You streamed the xx live. You podcasted every skinny-jeaned, tussle-haired move. Now, for something different: Our man on the ground, photographer John D, went a little outside the box and captured for us the ambience, the textures, the sights and, [...]