17 years later, Sally Potter revisits her conversation with BOMB about her film interpretation of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando. Recently re-released by Sony Pictures Classics, the gender-bending film’s timeless themes take on a new meaning with each viewing. Sally Potter looks back at the making of the film and the ways in which filmmaking is different today.
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Aric Mayer discusses the problems and possibilities in photographing New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in this audio slideshow. Aric was the lead photographer covering the storm for The Wall Street Journal.
From her ’70s publication Radical Software, to her own studio practice, Beryl Korot pushes the line between technology and communication. Watch a video of her work and listen to a podcast of an artist’s talk she gave at the Aldrich Museum.
R. Stevie Moore is an underground legend. An incredibly prolific and creative songwriter and musician, Moore has self-released over 400 albums since his classic debut Phonography, from 1976. He invited BOMBsessions into his home for a couple of songs.
BOMB’s very own Lena Valencia and music blogger PIXELHORSE (a.k.a Elise Oh) give you an instant-messaged tour of this year’s Northside Festival put on by L Magazine, complete with pictures and video. It’s easy. It’s virtual. And much, much less sweaty. For blogger coverage of a festival curated by bloggers click through!
Netartist Jon Rafman’s Kool-Aid Man avatar is one of his primary characters, taking appointments and leading tours through Second Life worlds both utopian and fetishistic. His round red body humorously contrast with the super-sexy alter egos more commonly seen in Second Life. He speaks with Lindsay Howard about his work, and what it means to be a “netartist,” whether or not you accept the label. Read more…
Watch one of Minter’s Food Porn commercial slots and listen to a podcast of her speaking about her new monograph at Strand Books in Manhattan.
Genevieve Belleveau’s performance series Church of gorgeousTaps and the Reality Show (part salon, part group-therapy session, part house party) draws inspiration from Lutherans and addicts alike to create a secular Sunday afternoon sanctuary for those seeking community. It’s your typical backyard Brooklyn ritualistic group meeting…with the minor addition of a wannabe pop-star sage.
Go behind the scenes for an exclusive look at Elizabeth Streb directing a rehearsal and discussing her creative process. Click through for the video, and be sure to check out A.M. Homes’s conversation with Streb in our Summer Issue, on newsstands 6/15.
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