Carlo van de Roer has spent the last several years photographing people with an aura camera. Developed in the 1970′s by an American scientist, the attempt is to record what a psychic might see. The subject is connected to the modified Polaroid Land camera by sensors measuring electromagnetic biofeedback. Readings are generated, which are translated into a [...]
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This amazing PSA directed towards women voters went out today. It features women such as Miranda July, Lena Dunham, Tennessee Thomas, and Sarah Sophie Flicker lip-syncing to You Don’t Own Me. For something so simple, I found it strangely, deeply moving. It may have been the sobering statistics it features about the future of women’s reproductive freedom [...]
Directed by Lynn Hershman Leeson and scored by Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein, !Women Art Revolution traces the history and influence of modern feminist art as a collective movement, from its incubation in the 1960s to its artistic and political evolution in the following decades. Featuring interviews with and works by seminal artists, historians, curators and critics [...]
The ever-interesting Miranda July takes us on a tour of a button-making factory. Video after the jump.
Beloved artist/director/author Miranda July’s new website Videobama makes pre-election preparation a little more fun. “I am so excited to vote that I feel like I might accidentally forget to vote, I’ve done weird, self-sabotaging things like that before. Please save me from myself,” will link you to Obama’s Vote for Change site, where you can [...]