Wayne McGregor, Olafur Eliasson and Jamie xx transform Jonathan Safran Foer’s book into an event that transcends individual disciplines.
Coming from the same angle as Joy Division, Beastmilk cook up some great songs. Death Reflects Us, in particular, is massive, with huge guitars and perfectly-controlled reverb.
Art in Oceania: A New History
Challenging the notion that Oceanic art consists essentially of masks and sculptures, this book exposes how the peoples of Oceania created an incredible range of art forms and great art traditions.
Performance art is complex, and requires audiences to experience works in new ways. One of the early pioneers, Stuart Brisley discusses his seminal pieces.
The Mechanical Hand
In The Mechanical Hand, over 25 artists’ works discussed, and the book provides a platform for looking at prints in the context of contemporary art-making.
The Raven’s Empire
Here are some facts about David Bramwell. He runs a Victorian freakshow. He runs a folk club night. He “recently presented a radio program for BBC3” and also hosts a Wickerman tribute show.