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The Modern Witch: An Interview With Marty Windahl

The Modern Witch An Interview With Marty Windahl

Marty Windahl has a very special practice. She is an interdisciplinary artist whose current body of work is a marriage of many, many of her interests. It’s part writing project, part clairvoyant performance. It’s part lifestyle assistance, part metaphysical forecasting. It’s part public service, part benevolent future gazing witchcraft. Her current project is Tarotscopes, a weekly guide to life based on her readings of horoscope and tarot cards. It’s a very cool public project that seeks to help you navigate your every day by way of a little magic.

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Molarchae!

Molarchae!

You know, ever since shirts and bumper stickers that said things like “Talk Nerdy To Me” and “Reading Is Sexy” came out it has been impossible to take any art/design/science mashing seriously. You think of Hot Topic sales. You think of bumper stickers on the back of beat-up Corollas. You think of that girl in your AP Biology class who wore a shirt with molecular structures on them. That’s what you think of. Los Angeles’ based Molarchae makes artsy sciency creations that aren’t cringeworthy nor are they annoying because they incorporate great craft.

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There Is Only Teenage Love

There Is Only Teenage Love

There Is No Teenage Love was such a huge LA breakout for us. They were unexpected in their style and totally unexpected in following through on being so super fucking great. We loved them so much that they even made our both our 2012 best music list as well as The Fox Is Black’s. They’re so great! Anyway, we got word from them that they have a little *bonus* follow up to their debut. It’s a dreamy ten minute track titled “There Is Only Teenage Love.”

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What You’re Doing This Weekend: Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair

Printed Matter's LA Art Book Fair

My love of print began in elementary school with the Weekly Reader. Here was a magazine that tailored to my adolescent interests (pandas, weaving, outer space) and you could also buy books from it. Last night I checked out the opening of NYC bookstore Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair at MOCA and could barely contain myself. I mean, a museum that I love and you can buy books from it?

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La Cage Aux Folles Warren Techentin Materials And Appliances

Silver Lake’s Materials & Appliances is welcoming it’s latest installation on April 19 called La Cage aux Folles. The work is by Warren Techentin and is a warping of steel tubes. Stop by the opening if you can!

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AIGA Los Angeles Hecho En LA Yo Santosa Designer Entrepreneuer

AIGA and Hecho En LA are having an event at Maker City LA about with Yo Santosa of Ferroconcrete on starting a design studio. Happening April 30!

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Night Gallery Cogwheels Carved In Wood Jonathan Griffin

Night Gallery’s next exhibition is group show Cogwheels Carved In Wood. It’s curated by Jonathan Griffin and will be on view from April 19 through May 17.

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The Eden's Edge Project

For the fifth Mak Center Garage Exchange Vienna-Los Angeles, Mak Center will feature The Eden’s Edge Project form Kaucyila Brooke, David Lamelas, and Gerhard Treml. The opening will take place April 17 and will be on view from April 18 through August 16.

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Sourfest 2014 Little Bear

Tomorrow, April 17, Little Bear in the Arts District is going to be having a special beer happening called Sourfest. Pucker up for these “sour” beers!

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