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10.23.14 Rhett Jones

In his new exhibition at Foxy Production, Michael Bell-Smith explores the ways in which the anything-goes-free-speech-zone of the internet can result in chaotic misinformation and mindless call-and-response. The exhibition takes its title from the classic Looney Tunes short, Rabbit Season, Duck Season. Elmer Fudd is “hunting wabbits,” because it’s rabbit season. Daffy Duck is hanging around, […]

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08.11.14 Marina Galperina

Noworkflow is a new project by artist Sam Newell responds to Brad Troemel’s 2013 New Inquiry essay “Athletic Aesthetics,” which discussed… Athletic aesthetics are a by-product of art’s new mediated environment, wherein creators must compete for online attention in the midst of an overwhelming amount of information. Artists using social media have transformed the notion of a “work” from a series […]

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08.27.13 Kyle Petreycik

Starting today, Bruce High Quality Foundation University is accepting students for their upcoming semester. The group currently exhibiting works at the Brooklyn Museum has an ongoing interest in education… the free kind. The Bruce High Quality Foundation University is a learning experiment where artists work together to manifest creative, productive, resistant, useless, and demanding interactions between art […]

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03.14.13 Marina Galperina

This seems like a very good time to buy vacuum sealed JAMES FRANCO man of the world cover with all BUSHWICK foods including homemade chocolate chip cookies and local anchovies. It’s a ready-made and it’s only $75.  Artist Brad Troemel started selling sculptural objects on his BSTJ Etsy store as a project for group blog The Jogging awhile ago, but yeah, Spring Breakers, so […]

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