Jennifer Wynne Reeves

Jennifer Wynne Reeves

PopLives: What are you reading?

Evan Webber: Jacob Wren’s Polyamorous Love Song and Tell Me What You Want, What You Really Really Want by Jan Vervoert. And the Bible. All three are really enjoyable metafictional books about how to be okay with being alive.

Holly Herndon - Home [Official Video]

Project Democracy - Es Un Sueno Tu Amor (Is This Dream For Real)

De Div - Man in de Ruit

garconniere:

The Shirt by Shelley Niro, 2003.

Niro’s work consists of a connecting series of photographs that should be read together as a whole narrative. The images are set in a pastoral landscape, and each subsequent photograph offers an increasingly incisive statement on the colonization of the land that once belonged to aboriginal peoples.

Shelly Niro was born in Niagara Falls, NY in 1954. She is a member of the Mohawk Nation, Iroquois Confederacy, Turtle Clan, Six Nations Reserve. She is currently based in Brantford, Ontario, and works in a variety of media, including beadwork, painting, photography, and film. (via virtual museum)

SHEN et LES SHENDYS - je ne suis que musique

Akira Kasai told me hip hop was America’s butoh.
Claudia La Rocco

Paula - Even If It’s True

Pulp - Cocaine Socialism

What motivates these people is irrelevant: whether it’s really political naïveté or just ordinary cynicism and prudence. It’s impossible to separate one from the other, and I’m not posing a question of moral judgment. Russian culture as a whole has acquired (very much at the wrong time) the possibility of palpable autonomy, and now each individual artist sincerely defends his or her innocence and independence. But it is precisely through this kind of “innocence” and “sincerity” that works of art become commodities – not because the artist believes himself a spineless, prostituted insect, ready to do anything for publicity, but for exactly the opposite reason: because he values himself and his work very highly and believes that media appearances won’t do him any harm.
Kirill Medvedev, Literature Will Be Tested
Tori Kudo and I doing pottery in his father’s pottery studio in Matsuyama. Come see Maher Shalal Hash Baz at Art Pop on Sept 21st, 4pm, Casa del Popolo.

Tori Kudo and I doing pottery in his father’s pottery studio in Matsuyama. Come see Maher Shalal Hash Baz at Art Pop on Sept 21st, 4pm, Casa del Popolo.