Noah Purifoy: Junk Dada Noah Purifoy gained recognition in the wake of the Watts Riots of 1965, when he wandered with musician Judson Powell the streets of their neighborhood, gathering detritus from the violence, some of it identifiable, others not. He then assembled these artifacts into impactful paintings, collages, and sculptures that resonates especially when considering their source. See Purifoy's posthumous "Junk Dada" exhibit now at the Wexner Center for the Arts. | Read more →
Posted by Eric Obenauf on 01 February, 2016
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Staff Spotlight | Nathan McDowell
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On the Dial | Soccer Mommy
If you follow the indie rock scene, the band Soccer Mommy is a current point of interest. They are relatively new to the scene, but Pitchfork recently named their album Clean "best new music." I, too, would agree with that... Read more →