MOMENTS | Best Of: FKA Twigs x Notorious B.I.G. Mash-up, Joe Webb’s Narrative Collages, Gil Scott-Heron “Home Is Where The Hatred Is” Reinterpreted, Eric Timothy Carlson’s Exhibition, James Murphy “We Used To Dance”
We’ve curated the best of digital age-inspired creativity—from user-generated content, mash-ups, and remixes to collaborations between multi-disciplined makers.
Start your week out right with BAMIN’s (Build And Make It Now) run down of this week’s best moments in user-generated content, remixes, mash-ups, collaborations, and trends.
1. Twiggy Smalls. Listen to Terry Urban’s FKA Twigs & Notorious B.I.G. mash-up album.
2. Artist and graphic designer Joe Webb combines two elements to create surreal collage narratives in his Paper Cuts exhibition.
3. Throwback. Gil Scott-Heron’s “Home Is Where The Hatred Is” was famously covered by Esther Phillips and later sampled by Kanye West and Common for their collaborative song “My Way Home.”
4. Artist Eric Timothy Carlson’s latest show Ob Struct Err Ob Literate Or combines elements of Man Ray, poetry and graphite to create a “semi-visual poem” that speaks to both art history and his personal artistic vision.
5. Listen to James Murphy’s new ambient track, titled “We Used To Dance,” from the soundtrack of Noah Baumbach’s new film While We’re Young.