“In post-Fordism, there exists a permanent disproportion between ‘labor time’ and the more ample ‘production time.’” — Paolo Virno1 Lights Out, Wyatt Niehaus’s first solo show, was held last Saturday evening at Retrospective Gallery, the relatively new venture between Joel Mesler and Zach Feuer (opening in January of this year). The space was filled with temporary transplants from New York City and the surrounding area, feeling like an emptied out Soho loft, a facade broken… [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.