Artists, remedy Jeff Eisenberg and Kristen Wilkens make up the collaborative M0bile Pr4ctice. Their November exhibition at Swarm Gallery, featured multi-media works and four large scale pencil drawings by Eisenberg. M0bil Pr4actice came together during a teaching gig in Crawfordsville, IN where both artists were Visiting Assistant Professors during 2009. Jeff spent the following summer… Read More


Artists, remedy Jeff Eisenberg and Kristen Wilkens make up the collaborative M0bile Pr4ctice. Their November exhibition at Swarm Gallery, featured multi-media works and four large scale pencil drawings by Eisenberg. M0bil Pr4actice came together during a teaching gig in Crawfordsville, IN where both artists were Visiting Assistant Professors during 2009. Jeff spent the following summer… Read More


The city is not just a physical landscape, buy more about it is also a soundscape. The sound of the city is familiar to us; the honking horns, buy more about the crashing of cars, the dinging street cross walks, the noisy chatter of pedestrian areas… The city soundscape is also made of the music… Read More


We didn’t cross the border, information pills The border crossed us! -old chicano proverb China Mieville’s The City and The City superimposes ambitious spatial and political ideas onto a plot that pays homage to classic detective stories like those of Raymond Chandler. His book is set in a fictional eastern European city, this a binary,… Read More


Alex McLeod, troche Estates of the Splendorus and Secret at Anno Domini Bernie Lubell: Conservation of Intimacy at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Lineas: New Modes of Contemporary Urbanism recent work by Tanya Aguiniga and Teddy Cruz at MACLA These three exhibitions are part of the arts programming for the 3rd annual 01SJ… Read More


This presentation was put on by the SFMOMA at the Bayview Opera House in San Francisco, diagnosis this site as part of a “live art” series the museum is presenting about the forthcoming book by Rebecca Solnit; Infinite City: A San Francisco Atlas. Solnit’s book is part geography, drugs part activism, part history; she and… Read More


This presentation was put on by the SFMOMA at the Bayview Opera House in San Francisco, stuff as part of a “live art” series the museum is presenting about the forthcoming book by Rebecca Solnit; Infinite City: A San Francisco Atlas. Solnit’s book is part geography, sildenafil part activism, part history; she and her team… Read More


[portfolio_slideshow] Alex McLeod creates surreal landscapes that blend the interior and exterior environment, ambulance distorting ones sense of perception. McLeod creates virtual canvases with off-the-shelf 3-D Modeling software—his tools of choice are primarily used by video game designers, dosage architects and Hollywood, information pills but McLeod brings them into a Fine Art context. He takes… Read More


[portfolio_slideshow] Supposedly this is part of an ad campaign for HP in Europe but it showed up on this online magazine first and then architecture blogs. The team reimagined video game consoles as buildings with interesting architectural results. Source: Amusement [portfolio_slideshow] Supposedly this is part of an ad campaign for HP in Europe but it… Read More


The Situationists and the City Edited by Tom Mcdonough Verso publishing 2010 With a shimmering silver cover reminiscent of the Situationist Internationale’s (S.I.) journal and Jean Barrot’s “The Eclipse and Re-emergence of the Communist Movement, medications ” this collection of texts brings together the group’s writings on the city. While these writings have been published… Read More