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Gravitation Generators is an ongoing interview series with a broad range of people from a wide spectrum of the cultural, business and entertainment fields. Comments encouraged at end of each article.
An escaped, egotistical horse named appropriately “Horse With No Name” has been caught red handed wheat-pasting 24” x 18” posters of itself around NYC in order to satisfy its tremendous ego.
Ehrbar answered questions as Space Needle’s two albums Voyager and The Moray Eels Eat The Space Needle; as well as the two solo albums (under the name Reservoir) Reservoir and Pink Machine finally became properly available to the public via streaming and download services. Here’s how it played out.
Steve Keene, the most productive artist in the world, is profiled with video and pics.
Gravitation Generator: Gary Calamar On Dexter, Wilfred, Record Store Days & West Side Story’s Continued Significance
Gary Calamar, President of Go Music, is a five time Grammy-nominated producer and music supervisor who currently oversees the music on HBO’s True Blood, Showtime’s Dexter, and a personal favorite, FX’s Wilfred
Mark the Date: 12×12 Benefit Art Show Inspired by Artist Michelle MacNaught at Leo + Maggie Keonig’s Barn
On August 10, 2013, Andes, NY’s Community Day Will Again Honor Artist Michelle MacNaught.
On November 20, 2011 Michelle MacNaught, a promising young artist and DeLancey, N.Y. resident, lost her battle with ovarian cancer at the age of 21. To honor her, Producer/Curator Erica Hill has asked artists to use her piece “The Patron Saint of Normal” as an inspiration to create 12″ x 12″ works for this benefit.
JG Thirlwell is busy… very busy. He is the mind behind many experimental music and sound projects including Manoexia, Steroid Maximus and Foetus; the composer behind three The Kronos Quartet string quartets and Adult Swim’s Adventure Bros. animated tv program; as well as the film score composer to Seeking The Monkey King…
Gravitation Generator: Laurie Sandell Talks “Life Inside the Madoff Family” and Announcing Her Pregnancy Via The NY Times
Laurie Sandell has written for The New York Times, Esquire, GQ, Marie Claire, Glamour, New York, Real Simple and InStyle, among other publications. Her cartoons…
Rachel Chanoff has been working in performing arts and film for 30 years and is the founder and director of THE OFFICE performing arts + film, a New York City-based programming, consulting, and production company…