This interesting duo has made Reddit go crazy. Richard Hankes and Ashlee Montague first met at the Rock School for Dance Education in Philadelphia in 2007. The dancers-turned-acrobats have been performing together ever since. Professionally, Mr. Hankes and Ms. Montague perform on stage and appear on screen as circus artists, dancers, actors, and occasionally street performers.
Inspired by Marina Abramovic’s infamous 2010 retrospective at MoMa, Jay-Z performed a surprise intimate show at NYC’s Pace Gallery to a combination of fans and big names in the art world. He personally interacted with those in attendance, with one fan claiming he has ‘made himself art’. Jay Z explains the reasoning behind it: “Concerts […]
Are you up for a cringeworthy piece of video art? This is a short (under two minutes) video art piece created by artist Chris Burden in which he has a friend shoot him in the arm, using a rifle, from a few feet away. Most of the video contains audio of the artist describing what […]
The Irregular Polygon rug is designed by Michelle Weinberg. It is hand-tufted of wool and silk, measures roughly 7′ x 7′, and is manufactured by Odabashian. The design of Irregular Polygon is inspired by Weinberg’s painting PreFab2, and it appears to shift shape when viewed from varied vantage points. The rug, in turn, inspired an […]
Looking at Belgian artist Lawrence Malstaff’s 2010 Shrink installation, which vacuum-packed the artist himself between two transparent plastic sheets and leaves him vertically suspended as he slowly changed positions in his performance, we couldn’t help but think about the photo series of the vacuum-packed couples that went viral last year. It’s a cleverly-designed device — […]
My brilliantly eccentric and talented neighbour, Nelson Loskamp, is performing his Electric Chaircut and exhibiting some of his artwork as part of a Performance and One Day Exhibition on Wednesday, September 17th at New York’s Fuse Gallery. The night runs from 7 to 10 pm. If you’re in the city, this not to be missed!