Songs Left Out of Nan Goldin’s Ballad of Sexual Dependency
Aperture Foundation NY
Nan Goldin’s Ballad of Sexual Dependency started as a slide show with music. To mark the third printing of Nan Goldin’s Ballad of Sexual Dependency Aperture has put online a piece by Greil Marcus on the soundtrack to Goldin’s original slideshow presentation of the work. Originally printed in Aperture #197 Winter 2009.
They have also assembled a YouTube playlist based on the soundtrack for Goldin’s slideshow, listen here.
Also, see interview and article @ Top Photography FIlms
Nan Goldin – Matthew Marks Gallery
This Tumblr User Shows Her Horrific Anonymous Messages In A Powerful Art Project.
Bottos, a photography major and gender studies minor, runs a Tumblr page where she often uploads selfies as well as pictures of her work.
Since starting the Tumblr in 2010, she has received hundreds of cruel anonymous messages. Last week, she turned the words of hate into a feminist art project; Bottos screencapped some of the messages and posted them over pictures of herself. [link to project]
An important read:
Holland Cotter Looks at Money in Art – NYTimes.com
..Of course, it is today that matters to the thousands of artists who live and work in this punitively expensive city, where the art industry is often confused with the art world.
Documenting the formative years of digital culture, raising the profile of web archiving, @jim_boulton. [Be sure to check out the blog.]
See related post on the first website.
Over the past 30 years, Christian Marclay has explored the fusion of fine art and audio cultures, transforming sounds and music into a visible, physical form through performance, collage, sculpture, installation, photography and video. more
Image to right from Body Mix series, early 1990s
Image below: still from from Video Quartet, 4 channel video installation, 2002
watch Telephone video and then see how Apple copied his project
Excerpt from The Clock
New Yorker Profile
Critics discuss the Clock on Culture Vulture
amusing and insightful segment from Portandia on ‘unconventional’ art
Viral Videos Patient Zero – On The Media
A great story from On the Media
In 1995, roughly a decade before YouTube ushered in the age of the viral video, a couple of upstart young film-school grads created an underground, analog video sensation. Producer JP Davidson brings us the story of that video and its unlikely role as viral video’s ‘patient zero’.