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Odd Jobs: Kalup Linzy

Kalup Linzy. Romantic Loner. 2013 (still); video; 73:00. Courtesy of the artist.

Welcome to the second issue of “Odd Jobs,” in which we explore the many jobs artists hold in order to support their art practice. I spoke with Kalup Linzy, a New York–based performance and video artist famous for his soap opera–style video works, such as a piece produced for the Studio Museum in Harlem titled All My Churen. Linzy uses low-tech productions methods and often[…..]

Summer Session – Melody Set Me Free 4.0: “We Kiki”

For this Summer Session the topic is celebrity, and we’re investigating the various ways celebrity, pop culture, and art inform and reflect one another. Today we bring you an episode from artist Kalup Linzy’s web series Melody Set Me Free, in which actor Macaulay Culkin guest-stars as a music producer. This video was originally uploaded on July 23, 2014.

No Subtext

L.A. Expanded: Notes from the West Coast A weekly column by Catherine Wagley When Marsha Norman began her play ‘Night Mother, she gave her protagonist Jesse one ominous line of dialogue: “We got any old towels?” It sounds utilitarian, but it actually dives right into the core of play’s tragedy. As playwriting instructor Richard Toscan has pointed out, if Norman let all the implications of[…..]