Let’s, for a moment, argue that art and politics (as we currently practise their convergent theories, and – with a secondary disclaimer – specifically in western visual art terminologies) has its roots in Italy. We’ll point out how the artists’ manifesto was the first real example of the merging of art and politics in the form of the art object, and that it was The Founding and Manifesto of Futurism (published in Bologna in 1909)… [read more »]
Following the murder of an acquaintance from the previous night’s party, a young girl spends 24 hours wandering New York City plagued with visions, wondering if she’s next.
Singer Sky Ferreira, in the central role, is joined by Michael Borne, Chris Wetmore, Whitney Vangrin, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Damien Echols, Liza Thorn, and more. The film—shot by Jason McCormick, a protégé of the late great cinematographer Harris Savides—features an original score was composed by JOHN THE BAPTISTE (John Holland, SALEM), Aaron David Ross (ADR, Gatekeeper), and Matthew Koshak (Starred) and costumes designed and styled by Haley Wollens.