Participate in rebuilding the library at the College of Fine Arts at the University of Baghdad!
Help Rebuild the University of Baghdad’s Destroyed Art Library, One Book at a Time
It's a pen that can draw in the air! 3Doodler is the 3D printing pen you can hold in your hand. Lift your imagination off the page!
DUM DUM's 3rd issue comes in a box featuring experimental literature, essays, photography, and objects, in a perversion of form.
Experimental literature, essays, photography, and objects, in a perversion of form? Sign us up!
For two decades, the Yes Men have pulled off hilarious media hoaxes to expose corporate crimes. Now, they are approaching middle age, struggling to stay in the fight against climate change. Can they get it together before the ice caps melt?
Our interview with one of the Yes duo is here:
A tiny, automatic camera and app that gives you a searchable and shareable photographic memory. Born Memoto, now Narrative Clip.
Some thoughts about this unique Kickstarter success story:
Eyebeam = open source & open content; to make what we do open to all, we are creating a new public space for books, exhibits & coffee.
"The impetus for this project is that we have a great online interface, but we want to improve our physical presence with the public." —Roddy Schrock, Associate Director of Programs and Residencies at Eyebeam
More info here: http://hyperallergic.com/53307/eyebeam-kickstarter/
Stop, is a video installation of images of youth from Brooklyn & Liverpool who state the multiple times they were stopped by police.
An artist devoted to weeding out injustice, Dread Scott is an important figure who continues to push boundaries and give a face to repression in America.
Photo Studio! Where everyone big or small can have their portrait taken. Documenting communities around the world with my 4x5 camera.
Photographer Caroll Taveras opened a pop-up photo studio on Brooklyn’s Atlantic Avenue in 2009 and now she wants the project to travel to London and she needs your help.
A month-long series of queer interventions throughout New York City. One piece, one setting, each night over the entire month of July.
New York’s favorite roaming queer film series, Dirty Looks, has embarked on a new project that blends installation art, film and queer history into one exciting summer adventure.
Bay Area artists reflect on the USPS as analogy for decaying public institutions in the Digital Era.
Because what they are saying is true.
We plan to transform an abandoned New York City trolley terminal into a vibrant community green space using new solar technology.
A great idea for a great city!
Our post about the project is here: http://hyperallergic.com/47614/delancey-underground-lowline-dan-barasch-james-ramsey/
JIX: the original drinking straw construction game (previously known as LINX)
A pretty cleverly simple idea that looks fantastic.
A miniature lending library and public art installation intended for Brooklyn's Cobble Hill park.
A wonderful project that will make more books accessible to all!
We interviewed the two artists: http://hyperallergic.com/47347/the-hundred-story-house/
Grow fresh food in your windows even during the winter without dirt! Hitting $200K goal gets them sustainably produced in the USA!
The ingeniousness of the Windowfarms Project is that from the beginning Britta Riley didn’t keep it to herself.
To read our interview with the artist, visit: http://hyperallergic.com/42468/britta-riley/
A free city map of New Orleans that plots art galleries and institutions with an accompanying cohesive bi-monthly gallery guide listing
A wonderful idea to help the local art community in New Orleans.
We interviewed one of the co-founders here: http://hyperallergic.com/31222/new-orleans-catalogue