Making Carsten Höller’s Decisions For Him
Spoiler warning: some of the decisions aren’t interesting.
Art Links: Airborne Pranks and Hidden Turners
Passengers flying into Milwaukee are greeted by a confusing sign on an artist's roof.
Ways Of Looking
A compelling, if sometimes vague, exhibition at London's ICA.
What We Learned From John Waters’ University Commencement Speech
The 'Peoples' Pervert' imparted his wisdom to an audience of art students.
Art Links: Watch Laura Poitras and Ai Weiwei’s Doc on Dissent
The director of 'Citizenfour' has made a powerful short documentary about toy pandas and government surveillance.
Art Clip Of The Week: Lawrence Weiner Wants You To Do It
For their 1995 project DO IT, Vienna's Museum In Progress brought together a variety of artists to rally behind that age-old cause: encouraging regular people to have at making art.
The Lines Are Drawn: Thomas Danthony
French illustrator in London Thomas Danthony collaborated with writer Michael Abrahamson for Brutalism, a study of buildings such as the Royal College of Physicians and the National Theatre.
Blessed Are The Lurkers
For the past 4 years a group of artists calling themselves The Lurkers have been travelling the world creating hybrid artwork from every medium available, in some pretty difficult to reach spots...
Emory Douglas and the Art of The Black Panthers
The folks at Dress Code have put together a short film about Emory Douglas, former Revolutionary Artist and Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party.
The Lines Are Drawn: Alex G Griffiths
Today we meet Alex G. Griffiths, a South Bucks-via-London digital designer and illustrator who's recently released The Middle Of Nowhere, a black and white self released comic book.
Art Links: Shia LaBeouf is Still Making Art!
Shia LaBeouf and artists Rönkkö & Turner (who have been making art together for the past 18 months) collaborated with Central Saint Martins BA Fine Art 2015 students to make #INTRODUCTIONS.
Art Clip Of The Week: Outsider Journeys With Jarvis Cocker
A three-bit series from the '90s features the greasy mop investigating the outsider art scene.