Interview Series: Clayton Cubitt of “Hysterical Literature” Lisa Gabrielle Collard, Live Fast Mag
To many worshipers, altarpieces and the figures in them were alive. They did things: healed sickness, answered prayers, heard complaints, gave advice. Sacred art didn’t just exist; it happened, continuously and interactively.
Note: I am speechless. Concrete. Wallpaper. And please go check the NLXL link above, there are several other (beautiful) versions. Don’t get me wrong: I love concrete. I live in a city that has some great Brutalist architecture. But beautifully faked concrete? I hope somebody will use it to cover a Carrara marble wall or, better, the columns of the Parthenon.
This is the moment of Ai Weiwei, an artist who will be the stuff of legend.
It’s the rise of geomedia.
What we are coming to
Grant E. Hamilton, 1894
February 16, 1895 issue of Judge magazine
Ben Hantoot, 2013
An Urban Possiblity
BUS, Pre-WW1, from Judge magazine.
via Paul Malon
What if it enabled us to change to any angle and scrub back and forth in time as well, and from any “open” node near it, side to side, and from drones above?
This is the Constant Moment. This is as close to a time machine as we’re likely to get.
Clayton Cubbitt, 2013
Model of the Villa Savoye, Poissy-sur-Seine, France. 1929–31
Le Corbusier (Charles-Edouard Jeanneret) with Pierre Jeanneret
Wood, aluminum, and plastic, 16 x 34 x 32” (40.6 x 86.4 x 81.3 cm)