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From MUG:
"On Saturday, from 2-3:45pm, Glowlab's One Block Radius takes a single city block and anatomizes it, using all kinds of approaches that demonstrate that this future site of the New Museum of Contemporary Art can be seen as a microcosm of NYC. It takes place at 95 Rivington, the block in question runs from Bowery to Chrystie and Stanton to Rivington. Not sure we've done this justice: it's a very cool project."

On One Block Radius:
One Block Radius, a project of Brooklyn artists Christina Ray and Dave Mandl [known collaboratively as Glowlab], is an extensive psychogeographic survey of the block where New York's New Museum of Contemporary Art will build a new facility in late 2004. Engaging a variety of tools and media such as blogs, video documentation, maps, field recordings & interviews, Glowlab creates a multi-layered portrait of the block as it has never been seen before [and will never be seen again]. This website is an interactive archive for the project, which will continue to grow over time as we build a dense data-map of the block.
the new New Museum design.
(I think it looks a little like Zaha Hadid's new museum in Cincinnati?).
- selma 5-14-2004 12:20 am [link] [add a comment]

"nonsense nyc is a discriminating resource for independent art, weird
events, strange happenings, unique parties, and senseless culture in new
york city."
nonsense nyc.
- selma 5-10-2004 9:11 pm [link] [add a comment]

"The ICA presents the fifth annual Beck's Futures exhibition and awards, bringing together work from ten of the most exciting UK-based artists."
some people call it the mini Turner prize (and a much more exciting roster of artists?).
- selma 5-07-2004 7:34 pm [link] [add a comment]

300 images from 1800 sites [via reBlog]

- tom moody 5-04-2004 8:14 pm [link] [add a comment]

muscle car2
Fully loaded, Great condition, only $21,480!
oil on carved wood, 10'4"x4'6"x3'

- selma 4-30-2004 10:06 pm [link] [2 comments]

"There are two ways to traverse the thrilling survey of Willem de Kooning's paintings at the Gagosian Gallery in Chelsea: forward and backward. Both are rewarding, but backward is encouraged.".
- selma 4-30-2004 6:29 pm [link] [1 comment]