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The series, which was created by Pendleton Ward and Duncan Trussell, is about a man named Clancy who uses a multiverse simulator to find and interview interesting characters in those simulated worlds for his “vidcast.” These trippy worlds, illustrated in the hallucinatory style of Ward’s other series “Adventure Time,” have bizarre features, like clown babies, fish-men, pirate cats and ice cream unicorns. But combined with these psychedelic visuals is audio from real interviews Trussell conducted with media personalities, authors and spiritual coaches on his podcast “Duncan Trussell Family Hour” — weighty dialogues about philosophy and human existence.

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Learn to weave a basket out of paper. Paper, Patience and Time is what you require. A very unusual paper decoration. It is very simple.

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In this short film featuring artist Deana Lawson, a Hugo Boss Prize 2020 nominee, she discusses her creative process and how photography can uncover more than the eyes can see. Lawson’s large-format photographs channel vernacular, art-historical, and documentary traditions within the medium, in compositions that valorize Black diasporic culture“I think about that sort of miracle of light,” says Lawson. “I think about the idea that we are all light having a human experience. When I make a picture, it is about being in communion or trying to access an unseen truth.”A solo exhibition of Lawson’s work will be presented at the Guggenheim Museum from May 7–October 11, 2021


In the third episode of the Art Angle’s podcast miniseries “Shattering the Glass Ceiling,” Artnet News’s London editor Naomi Rea spoke to curator and author Legacy Russell. Russell is currently serving as the associate curator of exhibitions at the Studio Museum in Harlem and is the award-winning author of Glitch Feminism: A Manifesto (2020), which explores how digital tools have created space to escape the limitations society places on our bodies. Her second book, BLACK MEME is forthcoming, and will also be published by Verso