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Category Archives: Body


Teaser_The_Park_Randa_Maroufi from Randa Maroufi on Vimeo.
Bottles, bare torso, a mosaic on a pair of eyes. Moroccan filmmaker Randa Maroufi’s The Park imagines the antics of local youths as reconstructed from Facebook images. The film seems to question the agency of the physical body in the age of digital information and challenges the viewer’s curiosity–or complacence–when [...]


My hero of the day is definitely maestro Renato Bialetti, whose father invented the iconic Bialetti coffee pot. But it’s the son who turned it into a monument in style at his funeral. What an exit.


Peaches – Rub (Uncensored) from Peaches on Vimeo.
In Taschen’s Erotica Universalis, there are several depictions of erotic peeing, called Urolagnia. People with joyful faces, pee on their partners – women or men… Several artists have been using ‘peeing’ in a political manner. One of them is the legendary Peaches. Things go queerly wild in [...]


Trick or treat?  Better be a shaman for this year’s Halloween party as it is a pagan tradition. Well, say, checking the last runway show of Rick Owens might help as well!


The pioneer of experimental music Hans-Joachim Roedelius is going to be honoured with a three-day festival at Berlin’s Haus der Kulturen Welt. Lifelines is a series of events presenting his diverse creative achievements by reflecting them in discussions, films, an installation by Brian Eno, and, above all, concerts in which Roedelius will be joined by [...]


Omnipresent Kim Gordon appears in Peaches latest video for Close-Up, where she takes the role of a wrestling instructor. It is kind of odd, but also very funny to watch!

The new track “Close Up” feat. Kim Gordon will appear on Peaches upcoming album Rub, which will be released via I U She Music on September 25.


Says Bukowski:
(…) it needn’t be much, just a spark.
a spark can set a whole forest [...]


Terre Thaemlitz has commented on the changes to Japan’s controversial Fuueihou law via a statement on her website. The post responds to the “Declaration On the Future Of Japan’s Club Culture”, signed by 40 Japanese DJs on the same day that the 67-year-old law was officially changed by the Japanese government. She argues that it has “no purpose other than [...]


Our all time favorite noise-heroine Kim Gordon had an interesting collaboration last year, when she was commissioned to compose music for a ballet initiated by artist Nick Mauss. Inversions was first performed at Frieze Projects 2014, now the audio is to receive a limited edition vinyl release. Exclaim reports that Music for Inversions: A Live [...]


At the 8-Ball Zine Fair in New York, Peradam Press was, as its name infers, a hidden treasure. The modest title works with artists to publish original literature and occasionally fabricate objects. While Peradam has been around for only three years, it has built a sizable roster. What’s most telling of Peradam’s probable longevity is [...]