Dive deep into contemplation today, at the opening of a new, artist-curated warehouse show: RESONANCE: The Thoughts Before Thought. RESONANCE opens April 17 (today, people) and closes on April 27 at the Headscapes Warehouse at 26-19 Jackson Avenue, in Long Island City, Queens. In this group show, multiple talented artists collaborate to transform a warehouse into a metaphysical experience. In its press release, RESONANCE relates the show to psychoanalyst Carl ... Read More
The photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko spent much of his childhood in nature; following his father on mushroom hunting expeditions, he often crouched to the ground in rapt fascination with the tiny, slimy, and colorful wonderland of bugs. As an adult, he returns to this kingdom of imagination, cataloguing the daily lives of snails.Breaking from the objectivity of traditional nature photography, Mishchenko’s soulful images read like a children’s ... Read More
I have never been so jealous of another girl in my life, and the reason why I feel this way is so incredibly spectacular, I’m shocked that I’m not making this up. 13-year-old Ashol-Pan of  Western Mongolia is currently being trained in the art of falconry: hunting foxes and small prey from the Altai mountains using an eagle as your weapon of choice. As a child, this is the sort of career I would fantasize about for hours with glazed eyes, ... Read More
The poster as seen from the artists' own drone #NotABugSplat The project is known by the hashtag “Not A Bug Splat” because the phrase "bug splats" is military slang often used by drone operators to refer to killings. "Bug splats." Did we just enter the world of the sci-fi novel Ender’s Game?!  It is no wonder that activists sought a new approach to confront this insensitivity and also raise awareness to the horrific reality of civilian ... Read More
Ever since I became a full-fledged fangirl for Tweens, I’ve been dying to hear anything and everything from the trashy punk-rock Cincinnati trio. Their doo-wop-inspired songs and teenage angst-y lyrics will make you want to dance your heart out and then crash your ex-boyfriend’s house party. Now they’ve released a video for “Forever,” a garage-pop track about feeling just a little anxious about commitment. Though the video is far from ... Read More