BOMB’s Richard J. Goldstein talks generational differences, scale, and what it means to be a New York Artist with Greater New York artists Sam Moyer and Franklin Evans in this cyber-roundtable discussion.
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An encounter with the work of Darren Bader—whether in a virtual, textual, or physical space—leaves one open for both ambivalence and connections, as he devises a unique participatory environment which at first, the viewer (or reader) may not even register being a part of, only to discover that his observation is essential. BOMBlog’s Jenny Borland collaborated with Bader on the following conversation.
Deitch’s grand NYC finale, P.S. 1′s new virtual studio-visit site, and Interview magazine publisher Peter Brant’s private life were among the stories in the week’s news.
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When Alanna Heiss thinks about radio, she thinks about revolution.
Tim Goossens, a young Curatorial Assistant at PS1 Contemporary Art Center, has found himself in a unique position. Calm, cool and collected, he’s one of the young curators measuring new waves of distention in the art world.
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