Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. Nick Cave: Forothemore via Guggenheim Museum
2. Reckoning with Grief at the Water Park / Black Slide / A short animated film by Uri Lotan
3. BEATLES, AUTOMATA by Daniel Bennan
BSA Special Feature: Nick Cave: Forothemore via Guggenheim Museum
Home of HOUSE; young, queer, black folks made the nights come alive and stay pumping all night long in Chicago when Nick Cave was coming up. Style was everything, performance, and happenings with all the trappings – a place to let it all blast outward in search of form. Whatever is holding us down on this earth, Nick Cave provides a portal into how we may supercede it all.
Nick Cave: Forothemore via Guggenheim Museum
Reckoning with Grief at the Water Park / Black Slide / A short animated film by Uri Lotan via The New Yorker.
Grief hits you in the strangest places, including in water parks. When it does, you better just go with the flow, baby.
BEATLES, AUTOMATA by Daniel Bennan
Eventually everything becomes folk art, no matter how revolutionary you initially perceived it to be. Here artist Daniel Bennan carves these mop headed earthshakers into a Beatrola.
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