John Cage’s musical compositions are known for requiring a high level of interpretation on the part of the musician: they are more of a collaboration with the composer than a direct translation of written notes into auditory musical form.
This collection of Dike Blair’s gouaches, which was released on the occasion of Karma Gallery’s recent exhibition Gouaches 1984 2015 and is the first book dedicated solely to the artist’s paintings, offers an opportunity to track Blair’s variegated interests over the course of thirty productive years, to note what persists and what changes, as well as how what persists changes.
Humans take several billion photos each day, approximately two billion of which are uploaded online. It’s estimated that more than 800 billion photos were taken in 2014, and this year we’ll likely pass the one-trillion mark.
- Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) by Megan N. Liberty
- Dike Blair Gouaches by Rob Colvin
- Vision Anew by Taylor Dafoe