Before our Agents can resume dispatching their latest research, our unseen operatives are integrating the initial TEoB reports and communiques back into their proper positions.
Our Agents have been roused from their cryo-preservation units and are currently being assigned codebooks and techint. Inputs are being wired and private communiques are being processed. Once agents are thoroughly scattered, we expect to be lousy with new reports of the glamorous criminal operatives and sophisticated deviants who furnish our covert community. New dispatches shortly.
Sophia Wallace demands “Cliteracy,” the truth behind the often misunderstood female sex organ. Through simple, direct visual statements she’s developing a refreshing discourse on the female body, pleasure politics, and human sexuality as a whole.
Bruno Hibombo’s Battles combines ethereal longing with a direct soulfulness that places his debut far beyond his young age of 22
Peter Whitehead caught the world’s top poetic intellects in what was called Great Britain’s first full-scale “happening.”
Known as an internet guru, virtual goddess, and crust-monk, artist Genevieve Belleveau has earned many titles building an already prolific body of work.
Like most cult film, David Blair‘s 1991 cyberpunk odyssey WAX or the Discovery of Television Among the Bees carries a world of odd trivia and unexpected connections behind it.
DARK LIGHT – Documentary Showcases the Art of Blind Photographers. Often relegated to a realm of gimmick and novelty, blind photography is rarely exhibited outside the realms of its nature.
Wynne Greenwood‘s one-woman punk performance art act, Tracy + the Plastics, consists of three characters (all played by Greenwood) enacted through multimedia performance of video and music.
HALL OF ICE – Diego Barrera’s New Video for Lebanon Hanover Avant-garde duo Diego Barrera and Julieta Triangular form Celestial Twins
We spoke to Fandor CEO Dan Aronson about their latest project, Journey Into Film, a thematically concentrated and curated series.
An unnamed Milan paper asked Diamanda Galás to draw comic strip panels as a response to a series of questions, which were then rejected and never printed.
In 2009, after Mahmoud Ahmadi Nejad won the presidential election for the second time, Iran experienced one of the biggest national demonstrations since the Islamic Revolution in 1979.
WHITE FUNGUS GOES GLOBAL – Exclusive Interview with Editor Ron Hanson Robert Ashley: “Great ones like White Fungus only come along now
The sci-fi alter ego born of consumerism and greed, was crafted in the early 2000s by Finnish artist Heidi Kilpeläinen. She’s drawn comparisons to Grace Jones, Kate Bush, and David Bowie, caught the eye of Leila Arab and Bjork.
Ornette Coleman interview conducted by French philosopher Jacques Derrida.
P is for Prostitution covers roughly 30 tumultuous years of author Charlotte Rodgers’ life.
Social media is used to connect but concurrently serves as a disconnect from social life outside of the virtual world.
SOUND?? – 1966 FILM JOHN CAGE ROLAND KIRK (+ 1974 Interview w/ Cage, Merce Cunningham, Louise Nevelson)
1966 film from director Dick Fontaine starring Rahshaan Roland Kirk, John Cage, David Tudor, and Merce Cunningham.
This is a follow-up piece to TEoB’s previous post with Ted Serios.
William E. Jones has a history of smartly appropriating or deconstructing footage.
Theodore Judd Serios is a thoughtographer. He can psychically “burn” images from his mind onto photosensitive surfaces.
Extreme body artist Ron Athey‘s latest large-scale performance installation, Gifts Of The Spirit: Part 1.
The Imagery of John O’Reilly “There’s an element of gay culture that only wants to look at and glorify beautiful men, but I’m
(Editor’s note: This was the very first TEoB post deposited way back in 2009. Before our Agents can begin dispatching their latest research,