Neil Harbisson is a cyborg artist who has an antenna implanted in his skull that enables him to perceive colors through vibrations. He spent an afternoon at a supermarket with music producer The Josh Craig on the hunt
for nicely colored and sweet sounding products. Together they made a song from the sounds of turquoise Ultra Downy and orange Tide.
[In collaboration with Katie Levingston via Salon.com]
[Prince Tribute | State Office Building, Harlem, USA | 4.25.16]
Bernie Sanders crashed his own art opening in Manhattan on Saturday. The touring exhibit "The Art of a Political Revolution: Artists for Bernie Sanders 2016" featured works of art depicting the senator, his policies and his campaign. The senator has been a long time supporter of the arts starting from his days as mayor of Burlington, VT. Watch our video to learn more about the art, artists and movement behind it all.
[4.16.16 | In collaboration with Katie Levingston via @salon]
Bernie Sanders Rally | Washington Square Park, NYC | April 13th, 2016
[in collaboration with Patrice Waite via @salon]
This exhibition features four artists that work with repurposed materials. Suprina up-cycles materials into figurative pieces that address social injustices. Jeffrey Allen Price and Gabriel J. Shuldiner focus on process and transmutation of materials. Victoria investigates how fundamental changes in fabric can affect one’s perception of his or her identity, and ultimately a nation’s psyche. [Co-curated by Leanna Stella and Akeem Duncan.]
Heath Gallery, 24 W. 120th Street (between Lenox and 5th Avenue), NYC
Running April 9 - May 22, 2016
The 10th annual Harlem Community News Women's History Month Event: celebrating, nourishing, and empowering the accomplishments of women in business.