Made With Paper
I don’t understand why I’m trying so hard for a girl that clearly doesn’t want me the way I want her. You’re killing me slowly inside. I don’t know how much longer I can take this, but if I have to we can no longer be friends. How am I supposed to be “friends” with the girl I’m in love…
On March 20, 2013, a seminal work in the evolution of electronic music will open at the Armory: OKTOPHONIE by Karlheinz Stockhausen.
Although epic, it won’t be the first time the Armory has presented stop-you-dead-in-your-tracks electronic art. In 2011, the Armory commissioned Ryoji Ikeda to install the transfinite in the 55,000 square-foot Wade Thompson Drill Hall. Visitors were invited to submerge themselves in Ikeda’s sonic and visual choreography of digital information by removing their shoes and walking directly on its surface. Internally, we came to calling it our “digital beach” because people responded to it so freely—from kids running and couples kissing to solitary yoga poses and unlikely friendships formed over lines of code instead of cups of coffee.
For more photos, check out the transfinite’s Facebook album.
You friendzoned me, then leave me, and look I’m still here chasing after you :/