“The present is being dismal, so instead of keeping a temporality where the present and the past influence the future, we want to switch things around and have the future influence the present.”
It’s hard to imagine a world without cars.
Donald Judd’s large concrete sculptures take on the imperial majesty of grey highways, desert landing strips or the causeways of a NASA launch facility…
One of the most common dreams enacted in popular culture is that of the defiant moment of catharsis.
On the wall next to the bed – right about where a 5-year-old’s gaze would meet the plaster – a small section had been patiently worked away.
Science fiction and modern art were born together in the Romantic imagination of the early 19th century.
In April 1970, the exhibition Crashed Cars opened at the New Arts Lab in Camden Town, London. On display were three smashed up cars: a Pontiac, an Austin Cambridge A60 and a Mini.
Beneath the Great Salt Lake was the centre of an ancient universe…
I remember colours; the orange cast of Kodachrome 40, Ektachrome 180 blue, and the Japanese-green of Fujichrome.