Sissi Götze at Fashion Week Berlin AW 2013

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 I’ve returned to Berlin again over a year since me being here last and it’s been so far (aside from a bad döner messing with health) a rather pleasant experience. I was able to attend my first Fashion Week ever where I got a first hand look at Berlin based designer Sissi Götze’s work in the separate “Studio” room adjacent to the

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American Medium

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This summer I got the lovely opportunity to intern and live in New York City, something I don’t normally get to do as I’m usually stuck up in school in the suburbs. Interning two days a week for GLAAD left me with a lot of free time to see friends, eat an excessive amount of Vanessa’s dumplings in the LES, browse

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Queer Technologies

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Lately one of my professors has been crowd sourcing ideas for his upcoming classes this fall from his Facebook friends. One of his classes, which I unfortunately cannot fit into my schedule (I’ll still audit the hell out of it), is called Genres of Affect and explores the idea of how affect is seen as a form of power. It’s

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Flux Death Match: The New Aesthetic

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So I’m obsessed with this (trigger word) “movement” that James Bridle and a bunch of his designer friends from London have coined: “The New Aesthetic”. Basically at its most essential can be categorized as a melding of the digital realm with the real world. We humans viewing the world through the eyes of our very own technology, and what beautiful aesthetic qualities

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Strata by Quayola

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Yesterday after choking down a horrible popsicle I bought on the High Line in Chelsea that I thought would be good (rhubarb and chai) I decided to see what one of my new favorite galleries bitforms was up to. After seeing an incredible show by Zimoun earlier this semester, I’m sure I was in for something great. Upon arrival I was met with

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Julianna Barwick & Grouper as Part of Divine Ricochet at the Guggenheim Museum

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Friday night saw my first ever visit to the Guggenheim Museum in NYC. The head honcho museum that spans worldwide in Venice, Bilbao, Berlin, and Abu Dhabi. Showing was a retrospective of recently deceased sculptor John Chamberlin that I was able to privately view that night. The rotunda featured his many sculptures consisting of recycled car parts. The main event

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James Bridle: We Fell in Love in a Coded Place

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Last night I watched an excellent lecture (twice! first watched, then went to bed last night listening just to the audio) by London artist James Bridle. The, title as he explains, does have a reference to Rhianna, even though he messed up the wording a little bit. Here he talks about fascinating ideas of coded spaces, bot intimacy, gay cyber cruising,

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ART HACK DAY AT 319 SCHOLES

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So I’m arrived back at school this past week and I feel as disconnected as ever. However I am slowly crawling my way out of the social hole I dug for myself by going to Berlin last semester. I needed to get away from it with a distraction… something in the city… Something like Art Hack Day, as brought up

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ANTHONY CUDAHY

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Say hello to the work of Brooklyn artist Anthony (Tony) Cudahy. Lately I’ve been extremely impressed by the amazing illustration pouring out of artist’s Tumblrs. I met Anthony online through him asking me what I thought of 2010’s NY Art Book Fair. After that, I was smitten by his works and have seen him grow since then. He represents just

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