pioneer works last night, hilton smith and sara alice tucker from foxfire led an amazing discussion on their core teaching practices. appalachia in brooklyn, couldn’t be happier
INTERCOURSE MAGAZINE Issue 2 features essays on a hypothetical footbridge between Brooklyn and Governors Island; a high school project called Foxfire that became the inadvertent guidebook for the 70s back-to-the-land movement, and a discussion with Edward Frenkel about the true nature of mathematics. Performa’s RoseLee Goldberg and Ubuweb’s Kenny Goldsmith discuss the avant-garde and Ariel Pink talks to Animal Collective about horror and childhood. Other features include conversations with Carol Bove and Trevor Paglen, psychedelic celluloid, Ana Mendietta‘s lost earthworks, and the creative power of humiliation. There’s even new fiction from Jesse Ball.
This is everything, mini b in florida
Günther Domenig & Volker Giencke
Dining hall of the Franciscan Sisters’ boarding school
(Photo of its concrete core before its final metal shell)
Sasha Frere-Jones and the musician and writer David Grubbs discuss Grubbs’s new book, “Records Ruin the Landscape,” and how recordings alter, enhance, or distort the experience of live performance: http://nyr.kr/1gHH6mp
Photograph of John Cage by Herve Gloaguen/Gamma-Rapho/Getty.
Richard Brody discusses his DVD-of-the-Week, Nicholas Ray’s 1973 film “We Can’t Go Home Again”: http://nyr.kr/1eOhKmN