“Chloromgonfus detectis, a dragonfly that can detect volatile pollutants.” A speculative insect by artist Vincent Fournier.
The annual review of artists/designers/photographers featured in the weekend posts should have run at the end of December but MR James got in the way. Big thanks, and happy new year to Form is Void and Beautiful Century for pointing the way to many of these people.
Two cover designs from Eliash Strongowski’s 30 Days—30 Covers project.
Pink Boy by Melinda Gebbie.
Seam Stress (1987) by Laurie Lipton. The Drawings of Laurie Lipton is out now from Last Gasp.
The Baron in the Trees (2011), a book-cut sculpture by Su Blackwell.
Continue reading “The weekend artists, 2013”
Ai No Corrida poster design by Egil Haraldsen (2001).
• “Back then, publishing an interview with Félix Guattari alongside little chats with rough trade and street walkers was unheard of — it still is for the most part.” BUTT on Kraximo, a gay Greek magazine of the 1980s.
• 13 books for 2013: A selection of forthcoming titles at Strange Flowers which so closely aligns with my preoccupations that I worry he’s reading my mind.
• “The Macaulay Library is the world’s largest and oldest scientific archive of biodiversity audio and video recordings.”
• A free BitTorrent Robert Anton Wilson audio and video pack. See also the RAW files at the Internet Archive.
The Pangu Building, Beijing, January 12th, 2013. Blade Runner arrives six years early.
• Wired celebrates 100 years of Edward Johnston’s typeface for the London Underground.
• Borges’ translation of Ulysses. Or of the last page of Ulysses as a translation of Ulysses.
• 0181, a new album by Four Tet, can be heard in full at SoundCloud.
• The Edge question for 2013: “What should we be worried about?”
• JG Ballard documentaries at Ubuweb.
• Unlocking Dockstader.
• RIP Nagisa Oshima.
• Ai No Corrida (1980) by Quincy Jones | Empire Of The Senses (1982) by Bill Nelson | Forbidden Colours (1983) by David Sylvian & Riuichi Sakamoto