A Studio Visit with Matthew Shlian
ghostlystore: The artist’s studio is always a fascinating place to visit. Through its array (or disarray) of tools and artifacts, it tells us as much about how the work gets made as it does the individual behind the work. While Matthew Shlian was producing Apophenia, his latest series for Ghostly International Editions, we asked Ann Arbor photographer Cullen Stephenson to pay a visit and...
For Slowing Down
One of the pieces that stuck with me this year was by the electronic musician Fort Romeau, about the idea of Slow Listening. It’s a love letter to vinyl, but can be read to include any form of uninterrupted listening (running, solo driving, sitting on a plane). The Slow Web, a piece by Jack Cheng, which was published around the same time really cemented this as a movement in my mind. Slow...
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pitchfork: A sleek, sultry black-and-white clip for Matthew Dear’s “Slowdance” from his brilliant 2010 album, Black City.
Selling the benefits of charity →
Everything we do, we do because somehow it benefits us. We go to work for the satisfaction (I hope) and because we get paid. We smile at a stranger because it feels good to be nice (and perhaps…
Ships Plowing Deep Waters →
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