I'm a multidisciplinary artist living and working in New York.
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Principles for Living in the 21st Century →



  1. Resilience over strength
  2. Pull over push
  3. Risk over safety
  4. Systems over objects
  5. Compasses over maps
  6. Practice over theory
  7. Disobedience over compliance
  8. Emergence over authority
  9. Learning over education

The page includes a little description/explanation of each principle.

Thinking about this again.

#7 #7 #7 #7 fucking fuck #7

(via kenyatta)


Bear On Stairs

Stop-motion looping animation by DBLG uses 3D printing to create models for each frame of a bear climbing stairs - video embedded below:

DBLG’s in-house studio projects are a platform for us to experiment with creative ideas and above all have fun. For The Stairs Project we wanted to explore the use of stop frame animation with 3D printing.

More at DBLG here

This is cool. Love the loop from digital to IRL to digital.

(via notational)

Unlike a rusting highway bridge, digital infrastructure does not betray the effects of age. And, unlike roads and bridges, large portions of the software infrastructure of the Internet are built and maintained by volunteers, who get little reward when their code works well but are blamed, and sometimes savagely derided, when it fails. To some degree, this is beginning to change: venture-capital firms have made substantial investments in code-infrastructure projects, like GitHub and the Node Package Manager. But money and support still tend to flow to the newest and sexiest projects, while boring but essential elements like OpenSSL limp along as volunteer efforts. It’s easy to take open-source software for granted, and to forget that the Internet we use every day depends in part on the freely donated work of thousands of programmers. If open-source software is at the heart of the Internet, then we might need to examine it from time to time to make sure it’s not bleeding.

Funny to think that when this is all said and done it will just be a big square of tiny circles…

it’s in here somewhere…

it’s in here somewhere…

Dance, dance, dance. Dance to the radio.

Squeaky Ball →






Squeaky Ball (2013). A twenty-minute performance piece.

London-based artist Bettie Chicago dives headfirst into the performance art world with her newest work. With Squeaky Ball (2013),the artist eats a brand new squeaky Kong ball in a public park within viewing…



Caledonia Curry, the Brooklyn artist who works under the name Swoon, sat down with us to talk about her new installation, Swoon: Submerged Motherlands which opens today!

70-80 gallons of liquid paint sprayed from fire extinguishers. That is a lot of paint!


April 30, 1961: As part of the “American Assault on Space,” astronauts were ordered to spend up to 24 hours underwater to simulate weightlessness and “problems of dexterity.” There was also the hope to gain traction in the space race with the Soviet Union. However, not, apparently, to gain traction in the Cold War chess race — they decided on checkers. Photo: Sam Falk/The New York Times

For one hour beginning at 9:53AM EST on April 10th, 2014 I tried to read every tweet on my timeline.

I follow 1,371 accounts.