Random finds in the Reader feed this weekend:
– Love these photos of deconstructed old timey communication platforms by Todd McLellan: typewriter, telephone, clock, radio, cassette player. I wonder how he photographs them flying that way, is it meticulously strung as if in mid-air or as easy as carefully dropping all the pieces at the same time? It’s captured in time, as if in slow motion, but with force and a crash.
– Art world’s renowned performance chef Jennifer Rubell interviewed on Hyperallergic in time for Thanksgiving.
– Artist communities and artist run spaces rising nice and ripe in Brooklyn.
– Four reasons to see HIDE/SEEK, exhibition on sexuality and gay identity at Brooklyn Museum.
– Merchification of pink and cancer.
– Murakami’s homage to Yves Klein.
– Interview with Angel Deradoorian of Dirty Projectors. Hippie talk.
– Interview with Wolfgang Tillmans.
– This puppy portrait is made out of 221, 184 candy sprinkles. Someone had a whole lot of time in their hands.
– Gerhard Richter in action. He’s the only artist badass enough to paint with a fucking knife.
– Eddie Huang introduces John Jay, Tom Sachs has a few words to say about the advertising guru as well.
– Look at Megan’s little bunny wunnies!!!!
– Jessica Eaton’s pattern & plane distorting photographs.
– “Occupy has touched the third rail: personal congressional profits streams…our own national leaders, who likely see their own personal wealth under threat from transparency and reform, are now making war upon us.” SCARY SHIT.