25.05.15 by Staff

Thom Yorke’s 18-Day Long Soundtrack

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Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood launched The Panic Office last week in Sydney, Australia. The retrospective exhibit highlights thousands of pieces, spanning over 25 years of work, and includes iconic album covers for OK Computer, Kid A, Amnesiac, Hail to the Thief, In Rainbows, and The King of Limbs. The exhibition also features original, unseen work and an 18-day-long soundtrack by Thom Yorke, entitled Subterranea.

Yorke’s experimental score is made up of ambient recordings that play through speakers in the floor, walls, and ceiling. Not one minute of the soundtrack is repeated, and with no plans for the tracks’ release, it can only be heard at the exhibit, which runs from May 21 and June 6. For those of you who can’t make it to Carriageworks, you can see the space and hear Yorke’s track in a video Donwood shared via Dropbox. More images of Donwood’s work and shots from the show below.

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24.07.13 by Jeff

“BLOG REBLOG” Photo Show

BLOG REBLOG Photography Exhibition

Bruno Zhu & Go Itami

 

Max Marshall and Paul Paper have organized an interesting photo show, opening August 2nd at Signal Gallery (New York). Each selected 100 photographers, and randomly paired them up. Each pair of photographers then selected an image from each other’s portfolios for the show. So in the end it’s a show of 200 images, curated by 200 people.

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22.11.11 by Jeff

Mark Alsweiler and Max Berry

“All Things Lost”, an exhibtion of new works by Mark Alsweiler and Max Berry. This show looks incredible.

All Things Lost An exhibition of new works by Mark Alsweiler and Max Berry

Watch the trailer below!

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26.10.09 by Jeff

Here Is Now

Thanks to everyone who came out to the pop-up show Here Is Now, it was paaaaaaacked! Amazing work, great music, fun crowd. I stole these photos from Lindsays Diet (thanks Linds) and from VancouverIsAwesome (thanks Randy). Enjoy the evening in reverse order.

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