Radical American filmmaker Robert Kramer was celebrated in New York City with a retrospective of his work this week.
EcoLabs invited six artists to respond to the book “Six Degrees: Our Future on a Hotter Planet” by Mark Lynas, and the results are available in a free download.
Picture the Homeless members strutted the catwalk during their land grab, and Eyebeam made pics from the College of Tactical Culture available to the admiring public.
Toronto’s Eric Cheung and Sean Martindale install gardens on poster boards, made from on-site materials, namely old ads. (via)
Sequelism Part 3: Possible, Probable, or Preferable Futures opened in Bristol, England, and Latitudes has installation shots.