“The paintings appear as visions, as though you can see through time while only looking at the clouds.”
This week’s staff picks, including Jane Wilson’s landscapes at DC Moore Gallery, the man who smuggles Trader Joe’s into Canada, and a book written by a computer.
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October 19 2014
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How do outlandish ideas in architecture become reality? “The cities we live in need not have been as they are. In fact, they aren’t as they are. There’s a strange desperate hope in realizing how much of life is fiction.”
For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.
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October 8 2014
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They Will Sew The Blue Sail
Kenyatta Rogers is one of many reasons why you should be spending time at The Volta.
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September 4 2014
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‘Dear Lil Wayne’ by Lauren Ireland
The universe becomes a fist and then we die. Okay. Naked under Perseids, big deal, the rip. Nothing anyone says matters anyway so just fucking say it. Bats, ocean, cessation of time.
My review of this kickass book is up at COLDFRONT.
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August 21 2014
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