Amir H. Fallah, an artist and founder of Beautiful/Decay Magazine, found acceptance and inspiration in the photocopied 'zines, punk rock music, graffiti, and skateboarding of his youth. Today, he captures a new way of framing modern portraiture. Archival Footage by Joseph Pattisall (http://www.wraithfilms.com/contact.html) Amir H. Fallah: http://amirhfallah.com/ A Film by Edward Symes (www.hereandnowfilms.com) Produced in the MFA Documentary Film Program at Stanford University Department of Art and Art History http://art.stanford.edu/graduate/mfa-documentary-film/student-projects/+ More details
This is a 5minute clip is of a 20 minute video installation shot on location in SeaSide Heights NJ This was filmed in the spring of 2013 just days before the Rollercoaster was removed from the water. by Daniel Leeb & Esther Montoro all tips will be donated to charities helping to reclaim and rebuild the beaches damaged by Hurricane Sandy+ More details
The follow up to the Brooklyn Producers' much lauded 2012 EP sees remix duties from some of the Northeast and beyond's most forward thinking and dance floor savvy producers including Chaz Bronz (DFA, Nang), Beto Cravioto (Kaviar Disco Club, Plant Music), Travmatic (Kaviar Disco Club, Plant Music), Soft Lighting (Synthemesc), Candide, Business Casual Disco, Rioux, Jules Schimmer and AIMES' bass leaning alter ego Boligee. The remix EP sees the producers reworking the original dreamy, synth-wave songs into dance floor heaters and and head-nodding spatial weirdness. **Out March 5th on Wonder Stories Records** BCD on Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/businesscasualdisco AIMES on Souncldou: http://soundcloud.com/aimes+ More details
Watch on youtube , http://youtu.be/K-YpkvIyYUE Skyzoo gave a stellar performance at Propaganda in West Palm beach, Florida (3/25/12). ConflictRhymes.com Celebrated their 1 year anniversary and Skyzoo headlined along with several talented local artist ( QuESt , JabrJaw , The Benchwarmers Clique and Crucial Chaotic) The Show Was hosted by palm beach's very own crowned Poet of the year Jashua Sa Ra. Music Was by DJ Dsmooth and Mic Checks. Skyzoo was accompanied by Oj (Trumpeter) and Dj / Hype man Dj Prince. For more vids and pics checkout Conflictrhymes the site or facebook page. Footage and edit by Daniel (Dsmooth) Fortune - xCRx+ More details
Charlie James Gallery is delighted to present Sacramento-based artist Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor in her first solo show with the gallery, entitled Dreadful Sorry Clementine. Elisabeth’s exhibit takes its name from a children’s nursery rhyme – the original being sing-songy and childish, but contrasted with dark, melodramatic lyrics. This contrast relates to Elisabeth’s work as well, as she continues her practice of walking the line between familiarity and chaos. Working with commonly available materials such as bed sheets, bedding and other discarded domestic fabrics; Elisabeth creates sculptural works that address the unique fascination we experience with the allure of the grotesque. The exhibit will feature a suite of sculptural figures, ranging in height from 6 to 8 feet tall. Influenced by assemblage artists such as Bruce Conner, Elisabeth engages in the physicality of her materials. In using a new process she developed with cardboard, resin and stiffened fabrics, she is able to shape her creatures with more specific geometries. Elisabeth’s execution of the materials suggests both obsessive anxiety and wild abandon. Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor (b.1963, Los Angeles) took her MFA from UC-Davis in 2005. Elisabeth will be exhibiting in Loop, curated by China Adams in December 2011, and participating in a residency at Bemis Center for Contemporary Art in early 2012. She has exhibited at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, CA, the San Jose Institute for Contemporary Art, the Torrance Art Museum, the De Saissett Museum and the Kohler Company Space in Kohler, Wisconsin. Her work has been reviewed in numerous publications including Artforum, LA Weekly, ArtWeek, Artillery, and Beautiful Decay. She lives and works in Sacramento, California.+ More details
Beautiful/Decay: Future Perfect. Presented by Toyota Prius Projects, Beautiful/Decay brings together over 100 artists from around the US creating new imagery revolving around the books "future perfect" theme. We asked artists to “show us what your ideal future would look like.” and over 300 submissions poured in, spanning every medium, technique, and style. From the 300 submissions, one Grand Prize winner was selected and over 100 finalist’s work will be featured throughout the publication. The book also includes a feature length article with notable, emerging, New York artist, Robin Williams whose surreal paintings give us a view into her very own Future Perfect. Only 1,500 copies were made, all of which Buy Book 6 Here: http://www.beautifuldecay.com/shop/zines-books/190-beautiful-decay-book-6.html+ More details
Directed by Pablo Rios Follow me on http://twitter.com/pixelcurvo Follow me on http://pabloriosfilms.tumblr.com Productora: www.Pixelcurvo.com / email@example.com Director/Cámara/Edición: Pablo Ríos (http://pabloriosfilms.tumblr.com) Contacto :: firstname.lastname@example.org Modelo: Nuria Plaza Becerra Musica: Dutch / Just before the rain+ More details
Freelance video created by Something In The Universe for the SCION Installation 5 Art Tour. Video by: Fei Liu, Donnie Luu, Ricky Jonsson Audio: Chris Devlin of SPANK ROCK SPANK ROCK Myspace: www.myspace.com/spankrock Something in the Universe: www.somethingintheuniverse.com+ More details
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