Humor & Sadness:
Comics Artist Will McPhail Talks 'IN'November 16, 2021
Comics creator Will McPhail draws with ease. His figures, weightless. Each face, drawn with a direct expression of McPhail’s narrative intent. His work for The New Yorker shows McPhail as a master of the single-panel comic, a richness of narrative and absurdist humor grounded in the minor events of the everyday.
Spaghetti and Meatballs:
The Performance Art of FoodmaskuNovember 8, 2021
In his piece, Spaghetti and Meatballs, performance artist Antonius Wiriadjaja stands against a grey background and dons a colander on his head. A pair of meatballs across his eyes, a mess of spaghetti tethered to his face, clamped on through a collection of chopsticks, rubber bands, and paperclips.
Figure Study 005:
Finding Inspiration in Diane Jean OliphantOctober 8, 2021
What follows are images from art model Diana Jean Oliphant. She approaches her work with a clear understanding and purpose — she is aware of how her body moves and photographs, how the light will fall across her back to best show the bone and muscle beneath her skin.
What Does The Computer See?
The Singularity' by AIIVOctober 10, 2021
In their version of the singularity, artists Phil Bosua and Ravi Vora show this moment aglow with the beauty of a new world mid-spawn. The AI renders itself with bulbous organic material, interiors of blood, the plumage of a hybrid flesh. This is the extinction of man, or a more proper explanation is that this is the evolution of man, our DNA seeding the mesh of living software across the digital landscape.