8 Mar 14
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supersonicart:

Supersonic Visits: Brett Amory.

(Photographs by Shaun Roberts)

I’ve commented on Brett Amory as being one of the foremost painters of his generation several times and this observation has never been more readily apparent than with his upcoming body of work: “Twenty-Four In London" which opened in London at Lazarides Gallery last night, March 7th.  Brett’s explorations of the contemporary urban sprawl and attempt to collect time are astonishing capsules for future generation’s indulgences into what was, and in this sense Amory is not only a painter but a writer of history.  Supersonic had the chance of documenting his preparations for Twenty-Four In London several weeks ago which I present to you here:

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3 Mar 14
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asapscience:

A rare, fog-filled Grand Canyon. Deemed a “once in a lifetime event,” by National Park officials, occurred after a temperature inversion, whereby cold and warm air swapped places. via io9

asapscience:

A rare, fog-filled Grand Canyon. 

Deemed a “once in a lifetime event,” by National Park officials, occurred after a temperature inversion, whereby cold and warm air swapped places. 

via io9

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2 Mar 14
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yeah, it’s an egregious brand integration.  but for maybe the first time i ever remember, you kinda got the feeling that you didn’t know WHAT was going to happen out there in the audience.
ellen spent a lot of time with human beings, and there was an accessibility that they brought to the broadcast.  i mean, they are having legit fun here, look at their faces.
so yeah, it was long.  there were a lot of awkward moments.  the writing was kind of lame.
but there was a little spark of energy and, dare i say it, RELEVANCY, to what is happening in the world beyond Hollywood.

yeah, it’s an egregious brand integration.  but for maybe the first time i ever remember, you kinda got the feeling that you didn’t know WHAT was going to happen out there in the audience.

ellen spent a lot of time with human beings, and there was an accessibility that they brought to the broadcast.  i mean, they are having legit fun here, look at their faces.

so yeah, it was long.  there were a lot of awkward moments.  the writing was kind of lame.

but there was a little spark of energy and, dare i say it, RELEVANCY, to what is happening in the world beyond Hollywood.

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