By Grace Dobush Everybody Googles themselves once in awhile, but few people really have a handle on the depth, breadth and longevity of their online presence. It’s hard to keep track of what’s private and what’s not when so much of what you see and do online is saved for posterity. Old school websites, social … Continue reading Dutch Pranksters Turn Surveillance Into Art – The Internet Health Report
The Final Interview Max Schumann Executive Director of Printed Matter, by Justin Polera JP- I heard a lot of things about how PM started and who was the first person who started it- at least with from what Martha Wilson was saying- there was a moment when it was in the fine arts building. Could you clarify … Continue reading The Final Interview: Max Schumann Executive Director of Printed Matter, Inc.
Ed Atkins Recent Ouija at The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam 21 Feb - 31 May 2015 Justin Polera “And death shall be no more; death, thou shalt die.” -John Donne Three of the great themes in art remain, love, death and god, or the lack there of. In the new exhibition of works by Ed … Continue reading Ed Atkins Recent Ouija at The Stedelijk Museum
THANK YOU FOR 18 YEARS… As an alum of the Dumbo Arts Festival (2011-2014), I was heavy hearted, yet not too surprised to hear about the powers that be's decision to say goodbye. Though people might not understand, as someone who worked closely with the organizers over the years, it should only be said that … Continue reading Dumbo Arts Festival Says Goodbye