This is the first STIR CRAZY, a weekly dispatch of culture to keep you occupied and fresh.
Recently, French philosopher Michel Houellebecq published some SOME THOUGHTS on The Virus. Considering I conceived Stir Crazy while pacing in my room, this Google translation of Houellebecq interpreting Nietzsche really resonated: “everything that is not conceived in walking sucks”. Hopefully it’s a good omen.
Friends of the show Kennedy have for us their GREECE issue & an ongoing series, LOCKDOWN DIARIES
Alain Jouffroy’s MIRO is a celebration of the modernist’s imagination and individualism.
The stunning HOME of Aaron Aujla and Emily Adams Bode.
CHAIR TIMES is a look at 125 pieces from the archives of iconoclastic chair maker, Vitra.
Damien Chazelle is obsessed with jazz. Here’s his new show THE EDDY.
Shakepeare’s Globe is offering a free stream of THE SCOTTISH PLAY from pre-Quar. There’s nothing like Shakespeare done right.
Susan Cianciolo THEN AND NOW
Small designers, wild looks, familiar faces. Welcome to LRC ONLINE.
One of Elliott’s favorite records of 2019,<ATRAS/ALEM> from O Terno, perfect for the nice spring days. (APPLE/SPOTIFY)
Friend and contributor Lulu Graham of Outfit Dissecting enlisted some friends to compile TUNES FOR DRESSING.