Tag Archives: Miranda July

The Portrait Machine Project

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 [...]

You Don’t Own Me

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 [...]

!Women Art Revolution

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 [...]

Miranda July Makes Buttons

The ever-interesting Miranda July takes us on a tour of a button-making factory. Video after the jump.

Miranda July’s Videobama

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 [...]