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Holcombe Waller

March 30, 2009

We went to Holcombe’s show last week and were floored. Have a listen.

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Noi the Albino

A beautiful film about a pale young man in Iceland by director Dagur Kari. Gorgeous and sad.

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Sweaters for the Future

Sandra Backlund and Maglificio Miles’ sculptural knitwear.

[via Dazed]

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March 29, 2009

In 1968 Charles Paul Wilp, an ad man, designer and artist, was charged with rejuvenating the German soft drink brand Afri-Cola. The result demonstrates an astonishingly avant-garde sensibility for broadcast television. The spots feature models and singers of the 60s and 70s such as Marianne Faithfull, Amanda Lear, Donna Summer and Marsha Hunt. Super-sexy-mini-flower-pop-op-cola – alles ist in Afri-Cola!

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Beuys puns are too easy

March 25, 2009

Sonne statt Reagan (1982)

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March 24, 2009

It appears that Issue 3 of Tare Lugnt will be limited to one unique copy. Kind of reminds me of Shelly Jackson’s Skin project.

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Oshatz Organics

March 22, 2009

May sound like a local dairy, but I’m referring to the organic architecture that Robert Harvey Oshatz has been designing in the Portland area since the 1970s. I don’t know what to make of some of his projects, so I’ll let his website do the talking:

“While most architects today are specialists who associate with other specialists, Robert Oshatz is a generalist who associates with specialists.”

Rosenthal House, 1984

Fennell House, 2005

Fennell House

Wilkinson House, 2004

Williams House, renovation and addition 1990-1997

(via Lost at E Minor)

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Resident Amiga Artist

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A little late for Valentines

David’s Vday greeting.

Untitled from awomanvanishes on Vimeo.

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Jenny Holzer

March 18, 2009

Got to see several works from this series last year in Berlin and was really impressed by their precision and rhythm. Now at the Whitney.

Jenny Holzer, Purple, 2008

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