Glitch artists remind us that the limit of the quantification of art is the banal.
Artistic ideas in the digital age blur the line between living art and creative control.
Allow yourself to look at a mandala and you just might achieve spiritual awareness.
A philosopher explains the importance of form and freedom in aesthetics, juggling included.
One of the first paintings of the Arctic landscape offers lessons in fortitude and resilience.
Jeanne Lee (1939-2000) was a poet and vocalist of wide-ranging musical talents who pushed the formal boundaries of jazz to create emotional soundscapes of wordless melodies.
Psychiatrist and art critic Deborah Kostianovsky explains why she can’t turn away from a portrait that terrifies her.
Contingency and unpredictability can elevate a football game into a kind of theater.
Composers John Cage and R. Murray Schafer sculpt sound into moments that evade on-demand consumption. What can we learn from sound that will not be harnessed?
“If creative music is under celebrated and under documented compared to other eras in jazz, the women who played a role in the music are doubly so,” writes Leena Mahan. The former radio DJ will use this column as a space to profile women jazz artists.