Generative Geography: Postcommodity in Conversation
January 27, 2020

 On January 17 at the San Francisco Institute of Art, Cristóbal Martínez of the collective Postcommodity spoke to A.i.A.’s Brian Droitcour about The Point of Final Collapse, a sound installation that plays every day at 5:00p.m. from SFAI’s tower. (Kade L. Twist, the other member of Postcommodity, was unable to participate due to illness.) […] Continue reading

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22 Artists Consider the Connection Between Self-Portraits and Identity in ME
January 6, 2020

ME: An Exhibition of Contemporary Self-Portraiture” asks 22 contemporary artists to explore who they are and how they present themselves. Curated by Sugarlift and Juxtapoz contributing editor and Colossal contributor Sasha Bogojev, the exhibition presents each artists’ understanding of themselves and of the history of self-portraiture. Cesar Piette’s abstract blue face resembles dripping paint partially masked by glasses, while Prudence Flint portrays a woman napping on a pink bed next to a guitar. More Continue reading

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Tread Lightly Around Gingers?
March 7, 2015

Gingers Exposed #FreeGingers Gingers don’t have it easy. Just watch this page’s video, which exposes the truth about gingers, and you’ll know why they don’t have it easy, especially under the sun. As for the photo on this page, if … Continue reading

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Why Perfume Mattered

The Real Reason Scented Perfume Made Its Mark #FreeSmells Once upon a time, people stank. They stank so bad, they reeked. The putrid and odiferous stench was imbued in practically every living human being, because they bathed so infrequently. This … Continue reading

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