THE GOODBYE LOOK

THE GOODBYE LOOK

THERE IS SOMETHING VERY REASSURING—;for someone whose attention, unless riveted by something truly compelling, tends to wander—about being told by her interviewee, “I pride myself…
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MEDIA: YOUTUBE

MEDIA: YOUTUBE

MOCAtv

BEFORE YOU CAN EVEN WATCH THE GENerally hit or miss online content of MOCAtv you’ll have to navigate through a bombardment of commercials and pop-up…
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DANCING WITH A STAR

DANCING WITH A STAR

Two days before the Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet performs, I am opposite Artistic Director Benoit-Swan Pouffer at l’Agora, cité internationale de la danse in the…
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KIND OF BLUE

KIND OF BLUE

That’s what black people are, myths. I come to you as a myth,” announces Sun Ra in a scene from Space Is The Place, the…
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Tomer Aluf

Tomer Aluf

FOR AN ARTIST, FINDING THE ENTRY POINT to a canvas can be the most confounding part of the creative process. Tomer Aluf, a 35-year-old Israeli…
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London Calling

London Calling

Phyllida Barlow, “Rift,” a site specific installation in three parts, 2012: Untitled: hoardings, 2012, courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth, London, photo by Maksim…
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UNDER THE RADAR

UNDER THE RADAR

UNDER THE RADAR Pearblossom Hwy MIKE OTT’S PEARBLOSSOM HWY REACHES for reality, in a real way, sort of. LA filmmaker’s Mike Ott’s last movie—LiTTLEROCK (2010) was…
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