• art

  • 06.Jun
  • Thousand Islands Thousand Laws, by Ian Cheng
  • Thousand Islands Thousand Laws (15fps screen capture) from ian cheng on Vimeo.

  • 06.Jun
  • titus andronicus
  • titus andronicus is the perfect music to reno to, because not only does it give you energy, but it reminds you of all you gave up when you finally succumbed to the american dream.

  • 25.May
  • Sudanese ThinkTank at the Holot Detention Center
  • Sudanese think tank at the Holot Detention Center Today Ghana ThinkTank returned to the Holot Detention Center, where many African Asylum seekers are sent, to work with our Sudanese think tank. When we first formed this think tank, every member lived in south Tel Aviv, but by the time I personally had arrived in Tel [...]

  • announce art ME!

  • 20.Feb
  • The Art Assignment
  • Hey all, I am in the first episode of a fun new PBS show called “The Art Assignment.” Join hosts Sarah Urist Green and John Green as they meet artists Douglas Paulson and Christopher Robbins and receive the first assignment of the series. We begin at Flux Factory in Long Island City, Queens, and follow [...]

  • 08.Mar
  • Fucking Up: Learning from Mistakes in Art and Education
  • March 20th, 2013, 7:00-8:30pm: Who gets to speak up? A candid conversation about collaboration and participation with Huong Ngo, Christopher Robbins, and Kerry Downey Part of the conversation series ” Fucking Up: Learning from Mistakes in Art and Education” at Eyebeam Art & Technology Center 540 W 21st St. New York, NY 10011. Thanks to [...]

  • 20.Jan
  • Support Ghana ThinkTank at invisible exports
  • Hello! Ghana ThinkTank went a bit over budget in some recent actions, so we are selling off some Action-Objects to make up the difference! Prices are cheap-for-art and offensive-for-stuff, just where we like to be… You can purchase a Yoga matt screen-printed with a pattern from a prayer rug, used for Yoga / Koran reading [...]

  • latest posts

  • 06.Jun
  • Thousand Islands Thousand Laws, by Ian Cheng
  • Thousand Islands Thousand Laws (15fps screen capture) from ian cheng on Vimeo.

  • 06.Jun
  • titus andronicus
  • titus andronicus is the perfect music to reno to, because not only does it give you energy, but it reminds you of all you gave up when you finally succumbed to the american dream.

  • 05.Jun
  • thoughts from a member of the Eritrean refugee think tank
  • ‘”Do not expel them, make them leave.” But you have to work very hard to make a person go back where he calls hell. We are now living as a time bomb, to the Minister of Interior decided to send us to the sands’ – Philipos Tesfai, who plays a central role in the Eritrean [...]

  • my personal life

  • 04.Jul
  • back?
  • so I have been watching marc maron’s show on IFC. His podcast I have been listening to ever since an artist slash comedian friend recommended it to me. And it was useful for me because comedians are even more self centered and fucked up than artists. So, I felt like I had some people to [...]

  • 15.Jun
  • New Stretch routine for pinched nerve
  • New Stretch routine for pinched nerve*: Via core performance World’s Greatest Stretch: tips and tweak Thoracic Spine Thoracic Rotation Hip Flexion Leg Cradle Supine Knee Hug *So, after tearing the entire basement to shreds, after carting everything that had once been there into the attic up a ladder, after filling 20 bags with shitty sheetrock, [...]

  • 25.Nov
  • two snapshots from Serbia I just found
  • thinking

  • 09.Apr
  • Antinomy, Aesthetics, and Praxis
  • Ok so linking to wikipedia articles is probably about as lazy as linking to google search results, but I’m the dickhead who didn’t understand how limiting functionality to 140 characters could be considered a “feature,” let alone a CIA-worthy subterfuge and millionaire-maker. With that caveat, here are some words people use that we should probably [...]

  • 12.Mar
  • on representing the other
  • Ben Kimont brings us Ethical considerations in project art practices, which applies ethics of anthropology to socially-mediated art projects. ‘What are you?’ Is Not an Icebreaker is a personal account of feeling pigeon-holed when people try to assess the identity of a mixed-race person. What kind of Asian are you? is a video that flips [...]

  • 05.Apr
  • Top five regrets of the dying | guardian.co.uk
  • Here are the top five regrets of the dying, as witnessed by Ware: 1. I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me. "This was the most common regret of all. When people realise that their life is almost over and look back clearly [...]

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