The Big Salad

Sylvia Lavin’s newest book, no rx Kissing Architecture, unhealthy offers an interesting proposition for artists and architects revolving around the act of kissing. Lavin outlines a theory of interface between architecture and other mediums; she explains how kisses between mediums create new affective conditions on the surfaces of objects and new ways of seeing or… Read More


http://www.resonantcity.net/rc/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/cropped-res3.jpg http://www.resonantcity.net/rc/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/cropped-res3.jpg Unreal Estate presents a series of seriograph prints about places that we all know yet cannot visit. Tim Doyle is a poster and comic artist from Austin, dosage TX—best known for re-imagining movie posters for old movies that were being screened at places like the legendary Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. For his current exhibition… Read More


This is part one of a series called Mapping Histories. With twenty-four hour news cycles, this site events frequently forgotten or repeated, and the seemingly endless churning of information, styles, fashions, and fads—the question arises: what does history mean to us now? What is our relationship to past events in the context of ubiquitous hyper-technologies,… Read More


Sylvia Lavin’s newest book, no rx Kissing Architecture, unhealthy offers an interesting proposition for artists and architects revolving around the act of kissing. Lavin outlines a theory of interface between architecture and other mediums; she explains how kisses between mediums create new affective conditions on the surfaces of objects and new ways of seeing or… Read More


In the era of hyper-immediacy, discount geology can be a difficult for the human subject to understand. Dreamlike and ancient landscapes exist as remnants of inconceivable time. Tectonics and alluvial processes occur over millennia, see outside of the human timescale. Leslie Shows’ strong attachment to geology finds its way into all of her works. Her… Read More


Walking into a recently opened storefront next to a high end clothing store, decease on a particularly hip part of Valencia street, pilule one hardly knows what to expect. The front is plain and blacked out except for the neon pink, page Scanners decal on the window. Inside is a bookstore with a ragtag collection… Read More


The Nevada Museum of Art has assembled over the course of twenty-odd years an impressively broad yet tightly focused collection of landscape photography, highlighting the constantly changing relationship between people and landscapes. Most of the photographs in the collection are inspired by the conceptual, technical, and aesthetic shifts wrought by the New Topographics and the… Read More


Better a Live Ass than a Dead Lion, unhealthy cost Eli Ridgway’s current exhibition tackles the myriad encounters between human and landscape, tadalafil telling stories of adventure, memory, and failure through a variety of mediums. As always the work is subtle and earthy, qualities which often feature at Eli Ridgway Gallery whose curatorial tastes lean… Read More


Rising from the muck, much like the urban wastelands of JG Ballard’s novels, Alex Lukas’ remnant landscapes present viewers with a future vision of our ruined present. These works on paper hover into one’s vision, offering fleeting memories of great cities, lost and then rediscovered. Cities or their fragments are inundated with water, scrub, marsh,… Read More


Semiotext(e) has a long history of bringing radical, more about sometimes marginal Francophone thinkers to an English-speaking audience. Utopie: Texts and Projects is a new anthology of writings, page projects, dosage and reproductions from the publication Utopie. The Paris-based publication ran between 1967 and 1978, during what was rapidly transformative period in the 20th Century.… Read More