Lafayette Anticipation associate curator Anna Colin talks to artist Tyler Coburn about Ergonomic Futures, a speculative project engaged with art, design, science, anthropology and writing. In this interview, Coburn discusses the research, production process and network of collaborators of a multilayered project ultimately concerned with the futures of humankind. Anna Colin: When one comes across your museum seats Ergonomic Futures (2016—) in contemporary art exhibitions—and soon in natural history, fine art, and anthropology museums—they look… [read more »]
Spring is the perfect season to try on an over-the-top look. Let your look be a gateway to theatrical behavior and unwarranted attention-getting. You are free. Be you. Or not. Gallop like a thoroughbred in your tallest shoes down a street thick with blossoming trees. Take advantage of the warm evenings and let your chunkiest mascara run free in a humid back alley at dusk. Fake out a tourist, or a jogger or a baby by pretending to be a statue on the seashore at dawn. Take inspiration from Bette, Nina and Liza. Let them guide you through a dramatic exercise. Enunciate your life this spring with some very dramatic options. Break a leg.