Photograph by John Tlumacki—The Boston Globe/Getty Images
“I was covering the finish line at the ground level at the marathon. Everything was going on as usual. It was jovial — people were happy, clapping — and getting to a point where it gets a little boring as a photographer. And then we heard this explosion.”
We spoke with with Boston Globe photographer John Tlumacki, who photographed the explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Read more on LightBox here.
Too Much Night, Again
Inspired by recent bouts of insomnia, Los Angeles based artist, Pae White, had created this huge network of yarn spelling out words that are only revealed when navigating the space.
Using 48 kilometers of material for this South London exhibition, Pae’s letters and words “TIGER TIME” and “UNMATTERING” emerge and dissolve depending on where to are positioned, representing the transience of our existence.
In collaboration with the American Hardwood Export Council, Marjan Van Aubel and James Shaw collected different types of shavings from a furniture factory, combined them with bio-resin, added water and discovered a chemical reaction that makes the wood waste expand to become a solid, foam material.
“ A certain amount of resistance is good for anybody. It keeps you awake. ”
from David Bowie’s YouTube channel… interested to see where the William S Burroughs reference leads to
Still not sure if I’m excited about the new album: David Bowie - The Stars (Are Out Tonight) (by DavidBowieVEVO)