Well, not now, but soon. Italian musician Leonardo Barbadoro is “still in the Kickstarter stage of his album, entitled Musica Automata, and it’s ambitious: the full robot orchestra has 50 members, and he can control each of them from his laptop.”
That’s right, the new Boston Institute of Contemporary Art space is in the East Boston Shipyard, and the route is over the bay: “It’s accessible via a new ferry route negotiated by the museum to run from Memorial Day to Columbus Day between South Boston and the waterfront in Eastie, as locals call East Boston.”
First come the songs, usually on memory sticks. Then the number crunching, via iPad and a lot of data. Then the vague predictions – and voilà! A child of 9 or 10 years old gets her first “Now,” as they’re known in Britain, and an addiction is born. “Nows tend to land at a particular […]
Shaun Leonardo is tired of people talking about guns. So, at the Guggenheim, he’s trying something different: “Mr. Leonardo, a former wrestler and college football player (who still has the physique to prove it) announced in advance that the performance would be inspired by one of the roughest sporting traditions to endure in the 21st […]
Like … Uber? Yes, exactly: “Similar to the way ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft up their ride prices when demand is higher, MoviePass will add a surcharge to see films when demand is higher, such as during a movie’s opening weekend.”
Watch the final episode of “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.” And Jamie Foxx hosts the BET Awards.
A fabled family finds their showbiz portrayals “demonizing,” “disgusting” and unrepresentative of their super-L.G.B.T.Q. values.
Laumeier Sculpture Park is presenting Farid Rasulov: 1001 Skewers in the Aronson Fine Arts Center Whitaker Foundation Gallery, April 7–July 29, 2018. An outdoor commission, Rasulov’s Bird #1, 2018, has also been installed in Laumeier’s N…
‘T’ Space Rhinebeck recently opened its new arts season, with an initiative to offer more public access than ever before. ‘T’ Space’s expanded series of multi-disciplinary programs promotes a synthesis of the arts, through thre…
After participating in the 10th Berlin Biennale, Grada Kilomba is presenting her work for the first time in North America at the prestigious The Power Plant in Toronto. Secrets to Tell, inspired by the video installation The Desire Project – an artwork especially created for the 32nd São Paulo Biennale (2016), had its European première last fall at MAAT, in Lisbon. The installation gathers several existing artworks by the artist in a new configuration. Secrets to Tell curated by MAAT’s own Inês Grosso is the first Project Room commission to travel abroad. The Grada Kilomba exhibition is part of MAAT’s ongoing international touring programme which started on June 5 with the presentation of Second Nature: Portuguese Contemporary Art from the EDP Foundation Collection, at the The Kreeger Museum in Washington. This programme also