Why are we doing art at all? An interview with Eiko Honda

Why are we doing art at all? An interview with Eiko Honda

What does it mean to be modern? And can we possibly find a different kind of modernity by narrating our current issues and past events differently? Might that change the future as well? And of whom? How can we try to extend one’s imagination beyond our established conventions? The historiography of language—of one of the most fundamental commons—and of artistic practice that works with the human tool of imagination— might have some answers to the queries.

As Deep Throat once said: Follow the Money

As Deep Throat once said: Follow the Money

Versailles art show hit by injunction bid From the wet dreams of the marketing people behind Japanese pop artist Takashi Murakami’s show at Versailles a descendant of the man who built the Versailles Palace in France is seeking an injunction to prevent modern...
Drainspotting Blog Goes Print

Drainspotting Blog Goes Print

Remo Camerota’s blog of Japanese manholes is now availiable in coffee table print form for everyone to see the bizarre imagery unpluged. Camerota has collected images of the striking manhole covers from all over Japan that were created as part of Japan’s...
Episode 242: Julia Fish

Episode 242: Julia Fish

http://media.libsyn.com/media/badatsports/Bad_at_Sports_Episode_242-Julia_Fish.mp3 download This week: Richard and Duncan speak with Chicago based artist and 2010 Whitney Biennial participant Julia Fish about her work, Japanese architecture and more! Before that...
20 iPod Touches Merged Into One Display

20 iPod Touches Merged Into One Display

This is a proof-of-concept video by the Japanese design house PROTOTYPE that was built to showcase their new modular interactive large scale touch screen installation process. This concept can be scaled to sizes way beyond the 20 iPod demo and easily maintained,...