Molly Elizalde

The Comical Nature of Isabella Rossellini

January 14, 2014

Adapted from the lauded Sundance series Green Porno, Isabella Rossellini’s live show of the same name comes in the form of a monologue, a comical conference using images and short videos from Rossellini’s Green Porno, Seduce Me, and Mammasher three series surrounding the mating and parenting rituals of insects and marine life.

Davina Semo’s Survival Instincts

January 13, 2014

Davina Semo’s art forms a narrative where industrial materials, anecdotal titles, and a handmade quality meet.

Tabor Robak’s Virtual Dreamscapes

November 22, 2013

Tabor Robak’s computer-generated images render aesthetic spaces through multi-screened videos, unifying both a critical reflection on technological fakeries and the seductive commerciality of virtual worlds.

Boris Charmatz’s Museum on the Move

October 15, 2013

Over three weekends from October 18 through November 3, MoMA will present “Musée de la danse: Three Collective Gestures,” a performance art exhibit in collaboration with French choreographer Boris Charmatz.

John Talabot’s Catalogue Model

September 26, 2012

John Talabot hasn’t always been John Talabot: the Barcelona beat-maker and DJ formerly worked under another alias. But it’s as John Talabot that he’s drifted onto the electronic music stage: songs he posted on Myspace under that name quickly gained popularity, much to his own befuddled amusement (the alias was originally just a joke among his friends—it was the name of their former school).

Rubblebucket Follows Its Heart

September 11, 2012

When you speak to both of them at the same time, you start to realize it’s no wonder Kalmia Traver and Alex Toth lead the dynamic octet that is Rubblebucket—they feed off one another’s energy. At this point, their music is so much a part of them both that they have difficulty describing it in words. “It’s sound,” Toth said, with Traver throwing in “colorful” as her attempt.