Category : Wired Videos
Liz Glynn takes us through her installation, a “model of the universe,” that adds layers of information at every stop of the train. The installation changes and expands, moving from the Big Bang theory to Hubble’s expanding universe, and beyond. The dimly lit structure includes a maze of felt
James Turrell, in Conversation with Doug Aitken, discusses Roden Crater and his ideology on the horizontal landscape.
YOSHIMIO, Sawyer, and Bharoocha gathered in the lobby of Pittsburgh’s Union Station for a gorgeous impromptu drum show, which then segued into an energetic outdoor turn by the Kansas City Marching Cobras. Dancers flipped, shook, and pulled onlookers from the crowd along with them — drums rocketing into the night
Topple’s bravado is put to the test when his old-school spy game gets the green light. Winters busts out her best pep talk, but can Topple get back to his fighting weight? The fate of fate of the world rests on the shoulders of one man—and his mustache.
Kate Casanova discusses what drives the concept of her art, and how it blurs the lines of humans and nature.
Damon Locks of the band Trenchmouth talks about his love of the city Chicago and the way it adds layers to his works of art.
“It’s kind of an island; it’s own cultural island.” In this Chicago minute, we explore the third largest city in the country and it’s impact on the arts.