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As internet-based art proliferates, it’s fascinating to watch work that is rooted in the digital as it migrate into the world of physical art spaces. The success of these transitions is varied, but Jon Rafman‘s practice is endlessly fascinating. His exhibition at the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis opening tomorrow feels likely to bridge that gap. As curator […]

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Experimental music of Brooklyn-based producer Oneohtrix Point Never releases some amazing music projects — from artist Takeshi Murata’s immaculate hyperealistic CGI still life to the too-creepy-for-YouTube video by artist Jon Rafman to the collaboration with artist Cory Arcangel that we had to crack through layers outmoded digital tools just to even listen to (key word: “artist”). Here’s the latest — the […]

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Earlier this morning, Oneohtrix Point Never released a new music video directed by Jon Rafman, a contemporary artist currently exhibiting at Zach Feuer gallery. It was pulled from YouTube within minutes for what we can only assume was the brief inclusion of creepy anime porn.   Unfortunately the new video for @0pn has been removed by YouTube. […]

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Artist Cory Arcangel and experimental music producer Oneohtrix Point Never recently released a mysterious audio file and no one is sure exactly what it sounds like. It was, as of earlier today, technically and literally unlistenable. We considered that perhaps we weren’t meant to actually hear it, that this was an intentional artistic gesture commentating on just how […]

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The artist Takeshi Murata’s work successfully combines advanced methods of hyperrealistic computer rendering along with the stylistic subversions of still-life painting. However, despite the differences between these two methods the artist’s photo-based work seems to remain simultaneously playful yet meditative. The artist who has most recently shown his work at Salon 94’s Bowery location has recycled some […]

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