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The Incal – Mental Movie Trailer

MarcieMyDarkling has expanded her role. It’s on to movie reviews… from the future… Next week she’ll be at the premier of the long, long, long delayed adaption of Alejandro Jodorowsky and Jean Giraud masterpiece, The Incal

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  • The Installations and Sculptures of Rob Voerman
    Rob Voerman's massive installations and sculptures examine issues of wealth, climate change, and poverty—and where our current behaviors may take us. Projects like "The Exchange" posit that the only way to save natural resources is to tether it to currency.
    Andy Smith
  • The Photography and Sculptures of Mari Katayama
    Mari Katayama's photography uses her own body as one of her materials. Born with a rare congenital disorder, the artist had her legs amputated as a child, and at times, her sculptural work emulates the features of her body that the condition caused. The resulting work explores identity, anxiety, and other topics.
    Andy Smith
  • The Dark Surrealist Paintings of Fred Laverne
    Tattoo artist, painter, and sculptor Fred Laverne has a dark surrealist sensibility, blending in odes to pop culture and pulp tropes into his work. The artist resides in Menton, France, and has garnered a reputation in both tattooing and fine arts, practices he keeps in parallel.
    Andy Smith

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  • A Dense Cluster of Birdhouses by Artist Bob Verschueren Rests in a Treetop
    Hopefully, the birds flocking to Bob Verschueren’s wooden housing complex won’t mind if their neighbors stay up late chirping or make too much noise as they head out in the morning to look for worms. Resembling a dense apartment building with shared walls and common perches, Vershueren’s “Implantations” features rows of stacked homes that vary […]
    Grace Ebert
  • A Massive Wave of Luminous Figures Scales a Dark Wall in Ataraxia by Eugenio Cuttica
    One-hundred five fiberglass figures stand atop white chairs in rows that extend from the floor to the ten-meter high ceiling. Part of an exhibition titled Ataraxia, the LED-lit installation invokes the ideas behind the Greek word, which roughly translates to imperturbability, equanimity, and tranquility. The glowing project by Argentinian artist Eugenio Cuttica was on view in […]
    Grace Ebert

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