Happening Now - Tilda Swinton seen sleeping a in a box at the Museum of Modern Art - Credit:Gothamist

"Tilda Swinton will be doing unannounced, random performance art pieces sleeping in a glass box in the museum," the source added. "Today is the first performance. Each performance lasts the whole day the museum is open." Swinton and her box are located near the ticket collectors today, but the box may be in different locations at other performances."


Pink Floyd’s “High Hopes” music video is a wonderful example of one of the first times art concepts and direction were heavily incorporated into full length song. 

The film for it’s time set a new bar for incorporating surrealistic imagery, as well as symbology into a music video.

via Wiki: “The video was directed by Storm Thorgerson and features a man looking over the Fens at Ely Cathedral, the same building which can be seen between the metal heads on the cover of the album. Also, the video has many references to Cambridge, where Syd Barrett, Roger Waters and David Gilmour grew up, the university scarves, bikes and punts on the river being obvious ones. In particular many scenes are set in St. John’s College, including the Bridge of Sighs. Also shown is an oversized bust of Syd Barrett.”

This looks like a an exciting documentary on the way women are portrayed in our media, thanks My Love For You. for sharing!

Ever wanted to fulfill your childhood dream of building a giant fort out of cardboard boxes? Filmmaker Doug Usher of VIA just completed a short film introduction to the GNU: experience galleryin Fort Collins, Colorado where they did just that! Be sure to check out this wonderful creative/collaborative art space if you’re in the area!

Beastie Boy’s Fight for your Right Revisited full short film!  Check it out!  

following Mike D, Ad-Rock and MCA — as played by Seth Rogen, Elijah Wood and Danny McBride, respectively — on a drunken spree that culminates in an epic dance battle against their future selves (John C. Reilly, Will Ferrell and Jack Black, just in case you’re keeping score at home). But really, it works just as well as a rather-involved exercise in cameo spotting, as seemingly everyone in the universe pops up for a frame or three.