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Monday, December 11, 2017

Beneath the Tides of Sleep by Nick Anderson

I left 'Sleep' as if I was waking from a dream—confident that what I had just experienced was meaningful, but entirely unclear as to why.

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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

FEEL THE PAINE: ‘Thomas Paine in Violence’ at HERE Arts by Nick Anderson

While the spirit remains centered, the chorus spins wildly out of control - dispersing, translating, perverting, transmuting, contextualizing Thomas Paine’s words with deliberately mixed r…

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 02:48PM
Friday, October 20, 2017

A Fucking Limping Paradox: Thomas Ostermeier’s Richard III at BAM by Nick Anderson

A white light emits from the mouth of a vintage Shure Unidyne microphone dangling from the ceiling on what looks like an electric vine with various twists and hooks adorned. When Richard com…

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 05:36PM
Sunday, September 24, 2017

On Living in ‘It Didn’t Have to Come to This’ – A Response to Tiny Hornets by Nick Anderson

Aesthetically, Tiny Hornets lives in the neighborhood of a surrealist depiction of an early twentieth-century carnival—somewhere in between a sober version of Burning Man and Bob Dylan’s…

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 10:42AM
Thursday, August 31, 2017

A New Chamber Music for the 21st Century by Nick Anderson

“The play you are performing has never been seen by anybody”

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 12:12PM
Wednesday, May 24, 2017

TB Sheets – a response by Nick Anderson

The Ones are always in transition, moving from one version of themselves to the next, not out of fear, but human necessity.

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 10:24AM
Friday, April 21, 2017

Sound and Debt by Nick Anderson

what do people feel is owed them in life? What do the living owe the dead? What happens to people when they don’t get what they feel is owed them and how far are people willing to go to br…

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 05:42PM
Thursday, March 23, 2017

‘Award Winning Disaster Porn’ – STEVE OF TOMORROW Tells It Like It Is by Nick Anderson

Does American culture itself have a death wish? Will we inevitably become complicit in destruction because we’re lazy and uninformed, or do we secretly, subconsciously desire the end, a fi…

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 03:32PM

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