These pages feature the collaboration of the wonderful, London-based but most international, artist and writer Trinity Tristan – a rare sequin on a beach of shells, with the immaculately energised poet/actor/director/writer who whirls with Hemingway’s promise, Scott Temple. Together they explore the delicate emergence of a summer friendship which passed from the deepest intimacies, in every sense a transition, through a work that began as … Continue reading COLD LIPS 05 TRINITY TRISTAN & SCOTT TEMPLE
You gotta believe in the devil, to dance to his tune. Continue reading Kirsty Allison on Nick Cave’s Stranger Than Kindness
The new Mark Leckey at Tate Britain is all solvent supernatural hoody faerie tale.
Extravagant, visceral, Impressionistic storytelling from the Turner Prize winner of 2008, Leckey presents an immersive sound installation hiding beneath a slice of urban forest, the M23 motorway. Continue reading Mark Leckey supernatural hoody faerie tale at the Tate
“Music can be a road map for society as a whole. Embrace technology, transcend the past and make everything free. A Universal Basic Decency.” Gil De Ray on deathly nostalgia in the music industry. Continue reading NOSTALGIA IS KILLING MUSIC
It’s Frieze week – the biggest, sexiest, conceptual-y-est art fair on the planet. London is awash with private views, parties, canapes (if you’re lucky, maybe the odd sniff of dinner) but generally wine, fizz and beer. Get your blagging hats on, people – maybe this is why Britain are good at the culture industries, because we like free booze, and what better drive? But what … Continue reading W.I.A. founder Sarah Norris