This weekend, don’t miss the last Saturday and Sunday of ALLGOLD‘s re-launch of the electronic music label GENERATIONS UNLIMITED at the MoMA PS1 Print Shop. Featuring concerts, installations and screenings.

Saturday December 20
Naval Cassidy 12-6pm
If, Bwana 7pm
Keiko Uenishi (o.blaat) 8pm
Daren Ho 9pm

Sunday December 21
Michael Evans 7pm
Barry Weisblat 8pm
Lary 7-9pm

MoMA PS1 Print Shop
22-01 Jackson Ave Long Island City, NY 11101

ALLGOLD is comprised of artists, designers, and musicians seeking to facilitate a community by organizing artistic endeavors that necessitate a dedicated space. We provide a site for exploration and exchange in New York City and abroad. As an artist run space currently in residence at the MoMA PS1 Print Shop, we are seeking to develop a relationship with a forward thinking institution that re-imagines the social possibilities of the art community and its museums, that cultivates artistic expression, and fosters experimentation within the working process. We are currently programming film screenings, live performances, focused aural events, radiophonic broadcasts, talks, dance nights, social gatherings and much more. Our interest in multiple platforms is employed to concentrate the social aspects of various practices while leaving the floor open to emergent formats and concerns of the present. By expanding the community of participants who possess a unique vision, we hope to challenge standards of value.

Current ALLGOLD residents are Kevin Beasley, Inva Çota, Stephen Decker, and Golnaz Esmaili.


Image courtesy of ALLGOLD


Image courtesy of ALLGOLD

Image courtesy of ALLGOLD

Image courtesy of ALLGOLD

Image courtesy of ALLGOLD

Image courtesy of ALLGOLD


BAM | Migrating Forms Festival #6

Watch an exclusive trailer by Jacolby Satterwhite for BAM‘s sixth annual Migrating Forms festival! BAMcinématek has announced the complete lineup for the sixth annual Migrating Forms festival of film and video (Dec 10—18), and we are so excited! Co-curated by Nellie Killian and Kevin McGarry. Opening the festival on Wednesday, December 10, is the New York premiere of Soon-Mi Yoo’s Songs from the North. Inspired to make a documentary about daily life under one of… [read more »]

Institut Kunst | We’re Live and We Want to Elate

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McKenzie Wark | Digital Labor and the Anthropocene

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4Real x Teengirl Fantasy

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Inspired by Tom Robins iconic 70′s classic, ‘Even Cowgirls Get the Blues,’ designer Patric Dicaprio’s domestic urban cowgirl returns for VAQUERA‘s SS15 collection. Featuring wide-leg fleece sweatpants, Japanese Hakama-inspired ensembles, and chic velcro bodywraps, the collection expands on all the VAQUERA signatures we love. SEE THE FULL LOOK BOOK Photography: Gewet Tekle Art direction, casting, and styling: Patric Dicaprio Featuring: Ryan Moseley, Yulu Serao, Tyler Sayles, Sakiko Sugano, and Jeremie Egiazarian


Swiss Institute and Artbook invite you to join Hans Ulrich Obrist for the launch of his new book, Ways of Curating, published by FSG. The evening will feature readings and projects by Andrew Durbin, Deanna Havas, Ho Rui An and Sophia Le Fraga. The event will be introduced by Asad Raza, with whom Obrist produced Ways of Curating. Hans Ulrich Obrist curated his first exhibit in his kitchen when he was twenty-three years old. Since… [read more »]

HBA Superego SS15: The Score
SSION presents ‘No Leash’

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Bio Awake | Iain Ball and Enrico Boccioletti

Bio Awake is the name of the startup which has been theorized in “Amore e Lifestyle nell’era dell’uomo Bio-Preparato” (Love and Lifestyle in the Bio-Prepared humans era), the imaginary book arisen from the collaboration between the American Defense department and the Zen master Taisen Deshimaru. The document hypothesizes the launch of a new company employed in the mass-commercialization of edible bio-plastic and in vibration with the neuro-marketing oriented economical fields. A memo-sensible material with multi-performance… [read more »]

Maja Cule | Facing the Same Direction

Introductory notes by curator Cadence Kinsey from a conversation that happened on Saturday 11th October at Arcadia Missa Gallery, London at the opening of Maja Cule’s Facing the Same Direction. I thought I would begin not by giving an introduction to Maja’s work but to say something brief about one aspect of my own research, with the hope that it might offer some context for this conversation, and why it made sense for us to… [read more »]

Powered By Genius | Statement from the UN Messenger of Peace

Leonardo DiCaprio, UN Messenger of Peace with a special focus on climate change, made a statement to the United Nations at the opening of the Climate Summit 2014. Now, this transcript can be annotated thanks to Genius annotation platform! Click on the highlights to read what others are saying. If you’d like to add your own insights, comments, or questions to specific parts of the transcript, visit the transcript page on Genius, highlight the relevant… [read more »]

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Yuri Pattison | Free Traveller at Cell Project Space

A companion text to Yuri Pattison’s Free Traveller at Cell Project Space by Nora N. Khan   ENTRY ONE I wake up to the snap of a cable along my neck; the fans have lulled me to sleep at my post yet again. The sleep aid they’ve dropped for us is working my brain too well. A thread of drool wraps down my wrist onto the glass and has made its sure drop to the… [read more »]

Timothy Morton & Hans Ulrich Obrist

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A Brief and Subjective History of Eco-Terrorism

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Music For Your Plants
Recycle for Jesus: Interview with EcoChristians

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Returning to the village: Pier Paolo Pasolini’s early poems

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