Chris Fritton, "Why We Lose Our Hands"
I found what turned out to be a poem called “Why We Lose Our Hands” on the bottom row of a shelf in the back of a Brooklyn comic shop. The poem came in the form of a small, handmade book; several sheets of thick white paper folded in half and sewn together with red thread that ran along the bound edge. “Why We Lose Our Hands” was composed entirely of QR codes. Gabe, the owner, didn’t remember...
Blonde on Blonde on Blonde: An Exclusive Interview...
The following is a list of things I have in common with Lady Gaga: We are both white Italian women. We are (currently) blonde. We were raised Catholic by upwardly mobile parents. We both attended East Coast art schools We both love Alexander McQueen and Alexander Skarsgård. We both take our clothes off for money and call it art. For these reasons, Cluster Mag sent me to cover the fray...
While many contemporary theorists despise narrative as an architectural strategy, the theatrics of architecture are undeniable. Film enables architecture to express its counterpart, time. In this animated video by New York’s John Szot Studio and produced by Brooklyn Digital Foundry we get to see this counterpart. The ephemeral nature of urban development constantly reminds us that re-use and...