on Jul 29, 2014
While I was beginning to believe only Millennials were obsessed with computers, Mickey Mouse and selfies, artist Ultra Violet (Isabelle Collin Dufresne) took these obsessions to the next level. She passed away on June 14th at 78 years old, but we can can remember her for the beautiful art instillations she created that prompted the viewer to interpret iconic symbols in our society in a completely different way.
In her day, Ultra Violet was a purple-haired artist who worked with some others you might’ve heard of: Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol, just to name a few. Read More
on May 02, 2014
Tomorrow is your last chance to take part in the interactive art show "RESONANCE" before a wrecking ball knocks down the whole damn warehouse.
There is a secret movie theater downstairs, a mud cave, a mirrored ceiling dwelling, a big-ass slide, massive fabric alter, a giant birdcage set up for a ritual and so many other breathtaking pieces. Read More
BY Ellyn Kail
on Mar 31, 2014
For the artist Annette Thas, Barbie is a disturbingly bittersweet symbol of childhood nostalgia and longing; for installation piece “Wave I,” she uses between 3,000 and 5,000 barbie dolls to build a sculptural wave, re-appropriating the doll as a means of translating her earliest memories, scenes which now flood her after returning to Belgium to care for her ill sister. Read More