Madame Gandhi Breaks Out of Every Mold
From obtaining an MBA at Harvard while touring as MIA’s drummer to making international headlines for “free bleeding” during the 2015 London Marathon, Kiran Gandhi—professionally known as Madame Gandhi—has effectively combined her talent as a musician with her passion for advocacy. An “electrofeminist,” the core of Gandhi’s work is “music that’s good for you,” like rejecting misogynistic lyricism and organically sourcing sounds for her upcoming EP.
Catherine Cohen Changes the Gorgeous Face of Comedy
It may be a cliché that stand-up comedians work out their issues on stage instead of in therapy, but for Catherine Cohen, it’s a career. In her part-musical, part-comedy cabarets, the millennial performer and podcaster pokes fun at the awkward realities of dating, sex, adolescent memories and mostly, herself. As she says in her recent Netflix special The Twist…? She’s Gorgeous, she “just can’t stop creating content.”Read More
DJ Carl Craig Perfects His Set
Grammy-nominated producer and DJ Carl Craig blew the house off the Venice Biennale when he played the Canadian Pavilion’s afterparty for Stan Douglas. We can still hear his set ringing in our ears. This is typical of the way the Detroit-born sound pioneer moves, whether he’s installing at the Dia Art Foundation in Beacon, New York or taking over the speakers at Berghain in Berlin.Read More
Tehching Hsieh's Performance Legacy Lives On
Nora Turato Trains Her Performance Art Muscle