Mark Morris Dance Group
The Hard Nut, a reinterpretation of The Nutcracker!
Part One | The Party Scene | New York Times article about a regular production of the Nutcracker (adorable children) versus The Hard Nut (drunken adults).
Mark Morris explaining The Hard Nut
The Grey Album: Wikipedia
Encore, from The Grey Album
Brian Burton (Danger Mouse) is quoted as saying:
A lot of people just assume I took some Beatles and, you know, threw some Jay-Z on top of it or mixed it up or looped it around, but it’s really a deconstruction. It’s not an easy thing to do. I was obsessed with the whole project, that’s all I was trying to do, see if I could do this. Once I got into it, I didn’t think about anything but finishing it. I stuck to those two because I thought it would be more challenging and more fun and more of a statement to what you could do with sample alone. It is an art form. It is music. You can do different things, it doesn’t have to be just what some people call stealing. It can be a lot more than that.
Nikki S. Lee
From the Creator’s Project
A critical response to her interventions
An all Black cast (yay!!!) reinterprets of The Wizard of Oz (both the 1939 movie and the original 1900 children’s novel, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz). The Whiz starts in Harlem.
Staring Dianna Ross, Michael Jackson and Nipsy Russell
The Original Trailer
The poet reading Eunoia
On Art 21, Part of the Discourse
At The Broad Museum (Los Angeles)
I can’t believe I’m listing this
1962: Sabrina The Teenage Witch appears in Archie’s Madhouse #22
1996-2003: Live action series with Melissa John Hart as Sabrina, lives with 500 year old aunts/witches (Hilda and Zelda) in a suburb of Boston.
2004: Manga version of Sabrina
2009: 4 issue spin-off mini-series about Salem the cat who was actually a young boy before he became a cat
2017: Riverdale TV series
2018: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina The Teenage Witch
Dr. Strangelove, Dr. Strangelove | In Reframing Photography | Artist’s website
At TATE Modern |
Public Art Interventions