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We finally decided to join the 90s and convert our old site to this newfangled “weblogging” technology all the kids are talking about. Over the next month, we’ll be slowly migrating all of the old content to this new WordPress site, and adding the backlog of The Modernist Society Podcasts we’ve been promising along with […]
Oscar Tuazon’s solo exhibition Sex contains a body of work that re-purposes the functionality of once operational objects into, well, something else. In some ways the work is destroyed, its original intention thwarted. But mainly, Tuazon’s intervention and de-construction of things like his bed, a mirror, and photographs establish a new meaning for these objects. […]
These are both great books from Grove Press. Last Night a DJ Saved My Life is more readable, as the story of the history of the DJ has a plot, and some very interesting characters. It does an incredible job of tying together seemingly disparate genres, showing the direct links and chronology between Northern Soul, […]