Weird Gnosis

Weird Gnosis, a new, amazing project by IMPAKT:

“From the occult rituals of witchcraft to esoteric psychedelia, the online webproject Weird Gnosis takes you on a journey into some of the weirder parts of the web. With a selection of video and performance art, Weird Gnosis curates a dialogue with artists and thinkers whose practices radically disturb the familiar by invoking the truly weird.”

TV Man is coming

On a Sunday morning in Henrico County, Virginia, dozens of residents woke to find old TV sets dumped on their lawns. One person reviewed their home security footage and reported the following: “It was a guy dressed in a jumpsuit with a TV for a head,” said Adrian Garner. “It’s the weirdest thing. He squats down, puts the TV there and walks off. It’s really weird.”

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Carthedral

Rebecca Caldwell ha trasformato una Cadillac del 1971 in una cattedrale gotica viaggiante. Con tanto di guglie, finestre di vetro piombato e gargoyles…

Le hanno chiesto dei rapporti con la polizia stradale:

“They have to realize that I would be stupid to try and get away with anything illegal in that car…I mean, come on. I can just hear it over the police radio: “…the suspects are heading west bound goin about 60 mph….a little faster on the downhill…be on the lookout for a……black …1971 gothic cathedral…I repeat….1971…. gothic cathedral….the suspects are thought to be armed with a welder and a caulking gun…”

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Che tempo fa


David Lynch fa un bizzarro report quotidiano sulle condizioni metereologiche a Los Angeles. Nel suo sito web si può vedere ogni giorno un piccolo video con il mitico regista che recita in ordine: luogo, data, ora, clima e temperatura. Ma prima, guarda fuori dalla finestra…

Homo technologicus


Si aggirava per la Biennale di Venezia durante la giornata di domenica. Attrezzato con computer, macchine fotografiche, palmari, guanti e visori. Con tanto di I-pod Shuffle al collo. In una Biennale così poco tecnologica come questa ci stava come i cavoli a merenda. E ci è piaciuto un sacco.