Posts Tagged: The Believer Logger

What Is Lost, What Is Found

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Mountains loomed in the horizon line. Standard, cliché clouds. After a stretch, green pops of brush. At first, the sediment in the mountains growing up in size was indistinct, all mottled beige, but the layers became more obvious as I got closer, red and brown.  In a series of Believer Logger posts, author Stephanie LaCava […]

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Loose Notes

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Gil-Scott Heron was a man of many fragments, and Marcus Baram is intent on unearthing all of them: Gil did marathon writing sessions, staying up for days, taking a break every once in a while to play cards in the student union. Again, he would stop by his friend Ade’s room for late-night sessions to […]

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Painting in the Time of YouTube

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On the Believer‘s blog, Kenneth Goldsmith, Poet Laureate of the MOMA, interviews painter and filmmaker Margaux Williamson. The conversation is filled with interesting insight into contemporary art.  At one point, Goldsmith asks Williamson the role of the painter in the era of YouTube, to which she replies: ….one of the nicest thing about YouTube is […]

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