This music — which sounds like a moody piano soundtrack for a existentialist movie about a rainy day — is made by slicing a tree in cross-section, sticking it on a turntable, and dropping a tone-arm with a PlayStation Eye Camera in the head, and processing its output through Ableton Live. It’s called Years, and it was created by Bartholomäus Traubeck - Cory Doctorow via...
Keith Haring at Brooklyn Museum in 2012 →
incredibly excited to see the exhibition of Haring’s early work at the Brooklyn Museum in March. i was lucky enough to see his retrospective at SFMoMA in ‘98 and it has been with me ever since.
Met Gears Up to Be a Major Player in Contemporary... →
The chief curator at Tate Modern in London is to join the Metropolitan to raise its profile in the field of contemporary art. glad to see the OG Whitney will be put to good use. i love that building.
ROME - "3 Dreams of Black" an interactive film by... →
i’m not shy about professing my love for this project musically, but the scope of ROME is going to grow much larger. a soundtrack is giving birth to a film which is giving birth to digital interactive and animated music videos as back-story. my mind is scrambled by how great this whole collaboration is. i’m all in. Watch: Two Agains One also directed by Chris Milk here.