Five Visually-Stunning New York City Fashion-Related Art Experiences

From a serene, pink rock garden to a Spike Jonze play with wild choreography and so many more inspired events

Fashion month has commenced and with it a cross-cultural, cross-pollinated series of art events. As always, it’s more than clothes on display. Sculptures, illustrations and even theatrical performances are underway. Refinery29’s 29Rooms certainly leads the art pack from the scope and scale perspective, but it’s far from the only immersive experience. Artists honor the art form of fashion in so many ways—or find themselves in …

Indie and Experimental Video Games at 2015 ArtCade Con

CultureHub’s one night only modern-day arcade, including games yet to be released

What a time to be alive—especially if you play video games. The interactive entertainment medium has never been more exciting, and from blockbuster narrative masterpieces to low-budget experimental gems, the limits of technology and creativity are constantly being pushed. And whether their purpose is to bring about pure fun for hours, or bring us to our knees and have us question whether choice has any …

DJ Spooky: Seoul Counterpoint

The musician spins a live internet tale of two cities at NYC's La MaMa this weekend

When we last checked in with Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky, he was finishing up his year-long residency at NYC’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. Seems like he hasn’t taken a break since: Miller was then the 2014 artist-in-residence at Seoul Institute of the Arts, an experience which bloomed into an exploration of electronic music, DJ culture and history of other cultures. Seoul Institute of …