March 12, 2009

And links.

Sarah Hromack on SECA artist Trevor Paglen, at Art in America.

At Rhizome, an interesting interview with Mika Tajima, who will be here in May (with/as New Humans) doing a cool LiveArt project, involving a kind of film set, with the interior architecture of the SFMOMA Atrium recreated as scenery flats and installed in the Schwab room. There will be an on-set lecture by philosopher Judith Butler and a sound performance by New Humans and the entire three-day-long thing, including installation and set strike is going to be open to the public, and shot & edited live by filmmaker Charles Atlas. More on this from me as it gets closer.

Last: I like that Heidi does it, so I will too: some recent favorites on Flickr.

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