Roberta Fallon of Fallon & Rosof's Artblog posted a fine experiential review of Doug Aitken's new book, Broken Screen, this morning. It reminds me of the second Pearl Harbor & The Explosions album, Follow Me, I'm Lost Too. And that's a good thing. A very good broken thing.
Also on Fallon & Rosof is a post by Libby Rosof about an installation at the consistently thrilling Black Floor Gallery where Dreamland Artist Clubber Swoon collaborates with Alison Corrie and Solovei. Libby's post will lead you to her flickr site and also to Roberta's review and flickr site. Jpeg heaven.
In Roberta and Libby, we do trust.
Black Floor installation shot by Libby Rosof