In 1997’s 2 into 1, Gillian Wearing asks a mother and her children to talk about each other. She then juxtaposes the interviews, with the mother lip-synching to the children’s words and vice-versa.
It is, among other things, disconcerting.
I’m moving. I’m excited and anxious and a little sad. Unfortunately, I’m leaving behind my kick ass loft apartment. I’d love to keep it in the family, though, so if you’re looking to move into a loft apartment in the West Loop of Chicago hit me up - $1,900/month - big open space, northwest facing unit, modern built in shelving, Jacuzzi soaking tub, working fireplace, newer appliances, conveniently off highway 290 and 90/94 and the UIC Blue Line stop. The location is the real seller on this place because it’s so close to transportation, the highway, and Randolph “restaurant row”.
If you need a snazzy new place (in the West Loop) with high ceilings and ridiculous views, get on this!
You guys remembered how people used to steal music through the internet before this poignant Marlon Wayans/Lars Ulrich skit changed all our minds forever?
30 years later, shot entirely on an iPhone.
I went to the Facebook mothership this week. Posed like a tourist, took some pictures.
I also noticed that although Facebook’s campus was beautiful, they forgot to finish both sides of their sign.
First Look: Duncan Sheik musical ‘American Psycho' starring Matt Smith | Playbill
Currently playing London’s Almeida Theatre. Eight more photos at Playbill.
The NYT does it again with a 5 Part interactive story model with photos, video, and more. Impressive.
She must be devastated.