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09.04.14 Marina Galperina

From the YouTube channel that brought us gloriously swinging scrotum and BHQF’s “how to” art, here’s a “Bugz” from Berlin-based Low Concept. MOCAtv explains that Low Concept is a joint Ville Haimala (Renaissance Man, Millennium) and Daniel Fisher (Physical Therapy) “attempt to make literally low concept, functional music for the dancefloor.” What’s the roaches? Why is one of […]

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08.11.14 Marina Galperina

As “Cinema Vezzoli” exhibit closes today at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, this majestic YouTube video of swinging testicles triumphs, surviving six whole days without being censored — though “NSFW” has been added to the title, as well as a Community Guidelines disclaimer. In “The Return of Bruce Nauman’s Bouncing Balls,” Francesco Vezzoli casts porn star Brad […]

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03.25.14 Marina Galperina

“Used to be my main bitch, now she’s just a follower …” Yung Jake (“Datamosh,” “e.m-bed.de/d,” and the Larry David rap song) has just performed his latest song “Unfollow” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. Click to watch the music video above. It’s his slickest video yet. And it’s very sensitive. (“Now it’s over… like a […]

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12.11.13 Marina Galperina

Jack Black, Fred Armisen and Jibz Cameron are doing this comedy show “Ambiance Man” about art and it premieres on the YouTube channel MOCAtv on December 20th. It’s going to be like Portlandia for art but on MOCAtv. And MOCAtv is already amazingly absurdist because they have Bruce High Quality Foundation videos. And Portlandia did stuff about art. But it’s going to be funny […]

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10.11.13 Kyle Petreycik

Last month, Le1f dropped Tree House, the New York based rapper’s second mixtape of the year. Yesterday, he re directed by contemporary artist Alex Da Corte on MOCAtv’s YouTube channel. The video features Le1f and a female model writhing and dancing in slow-motion over velvet bedsheets to the tune of a chopped-up beat backed by some very drippy vocals. The […]

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09.26.13 Kyle Petreycik

If you’ve been following along with the Bruce High Quality Foundation’s recent contributions to MOCAtv’s YouTube channel you’ll know that they’ve already covered many of the basics, like how to properly hang a painting and how to screen-print in your bathroom. And now… The strange thing about ready-mades is that I’ve never been able to come up with a […]

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09.19.13 Kyle Petreycik

Silkscreening an image can be daunting. Luckily, Bruce High Quality Foundation University demystified the process in their most recent “How To” video for MOCAtv’s YouTube channel. You too can learn to silkscreen a t-shirt… in your bathroom. While it may not be as precise as the high-end printshops, this is hardly a rocket science. It requires little more than […]

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09.18.13 Kyle Petreycik

Members of the Bruce High Quality Foundation have launched their series of “How To” videos in MOCAtv’s YouTube channel yesterday late afternoon. In the the first installment, we learn some ingenious tips, like using beer can tabs to hang a picture wire. There are also such academic insights as the importance of sight lines. There’s also a lot […]

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09.17.13 Kyle Petreycik

Bruce High Quality Foundation, an anonymous Brooklyn-based artist collective, have been pretty busy lately: there’s a BHQF exhibition on view at the Brooklyn Museum and a new round of free BHQF University courses beginning soon at group’s Manhattan based location. And now, BHQF is releasing a series of “How To” videos on MOCAtv’s YouTube channel that we’re big fans of. Judging from the short trailer […]

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06.10.13 Kyle Petreycik

Artist Rafaël Rozendaal has just announced a new collaborative project as part of MOCA’s upcoming ART x YOU series. To participate, submit an original idea for a URL as a comment to this YouTube video: Rozendaal will then select his favorite possible web address among the many submissions and use it as inspiration to create a new web-based piece. He recommends using this […]

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