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WILD SCREENINGS: Godfrey Reggio’s Visitors

by: Hillary Sproul

Godfrey Reggio’s Visitors, presented by Steven Soderbergh, is not a film that will immediately engage you. But rather, it seeps into your skin. Or perhaps your contemporary, technology-raddled little heart.

Tags: art film, Film, godfrey reggio, Hillary Sproul, Philip Glass, Steven Soderbergh, Technology, visitors
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The Future of Fashion: Givenchy Menswear Spring 2014

by: Mario Rodriguez

Givenchy’s Menswear Spring 2014 collection embarks the brand on a journey towards 360-degree style revolution. A liberating adventure that doesn’t only push limits, but, more importantly, gifts the viewer with a one-way ticket towards a […]

Tags: 2014, Africa, C. JoyBell C., collection, Futurism, Givenchy, L.A. Skaters, Mario Rodriguez, Men's, review, Riccardo Tisci, Spring, Summer, Technology
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Payphone (R)Evolution

by: Kate Mottola

In the beginning of December, Mayor Michael Bloomberg made a public call for ideas to reinvent the handful of phone booths throughout New York City. A mere fifteen years ago the city boasted 35,000 of […]

Tags: Hong Kong, Kate Mottola, Mayor Bloomberg, New York City, Payphone, Technology
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Between Art and Technology

by: Julia Cheung

For many modern artists, Wade Guyton’s work presents a point of contention. Just a decade into his career, Guyton has been producing work that is difficult to place. Critics often refer to his pieces as […]

Tags: ART, Guyton OS, Julia Cheung, lee ufan, modern art, Technology, the whitney, wade guyton
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Press Pause Play: The Digital Revolution

by: Joseph Johnson

This week saw the floatation of Facebook on the stock market after its owners placed a value of more than $100 billion on the social networking business. The historic debut meant over 1,000 investors in […]

Tags: ART, Bill Drummond, blogger, creative agency, Culture, debate, digital, documentary, Facebook, Film, Hot Chip, House of Radon, Joseph Johnson, MOBY, music, Myspace, photography, physical, Press Play Pause, Robyn, Social Media, Swedish, Technology, The Wild Magazine, Twitter, virtual, YouTube
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Words From A Masta

by: Joseph Johnson

The city of Derby in England is not exactly a hip-hop Mecca, but on Monday night legendary New York emcee, Masta Ace, braved the cold wind and the pouring rain to perform an intimate show to […]

Tags: Bronx, Brooklyn, Derby, DOOM, emcee, Eminem, England, Hip-Hop, influences, interview, Joseph Johnson, Marco Polo, Masta Ace, MF Doom, New York, rapper, Stricklin, Technology, The Wild Magazine, tour, Twitter, Wordsworth
The Delancey Underground

The Delancey Underground or: The LowLine

by: Blaine Skrainka

Of the endless amenities afforded to the burghal dwellers of New York City, green space is one that comes at a premium. Urban planners the world over are having to consider new paradigms of metropolitan […]

Tags: Architecture, Blaine Skrainka, Delancey Underground, Design, Environment, Green, High Line, LowLine, New York City, Our World, Parks, sustainability, Technology, The Delancey Underground or: The LowLine, The Wild Magazine, Urban Planning, world
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Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish

by: Blaine Skrainka

It is hard to imagine many others that embody the word visionary more than Steve Jobs. He brought his dreams to life, and undoubtedly shaped how we interact with the modern world. Rather than digging […]

Tags: Apple, ART, Blaine Skrainka, Bob Dylan, Design, Macintosh, Stanford, Stay Hungry Stay Foolish, Steve Jobs, Technology, The Beatles, The Wild Magazine