Found this through the Serif. I have a feeling I saw this before during the throes of thesis but might as well mention it now. It's an interactive piece by Theodore Watson based in Amsterdam. You can view the quicktime movie here.
Got this link from Cut and Paste. You can download a short film called Hotel Chevalier that's supposed to be the precursor to Wes Anderson's new film, The Darjeeling Limited. The film itself has gotten so-so reviews but you are guaranteed to get in both films a great soundtrack, beautifully curated sets and costumes and some very melancholy characters. Life is so hard when you are rich and bored.
Tomorrow is the anniversary of 9-11. I'm trying to recollect of what I've done on the anniversary in years past. I probably just tried to stay busy and distracted. Maybe this year I will try a new tradition where I take some time to meditate, read a Portrait of Grief or two and even light a candle.
It is still hard for me to reflect and have distance from the event because I remember everything so clearly like it was yesterday. I am still debating whether I should see the exhibit at the New York Historical Society.
If anyone ends up going can you let me know how it is?
If you haven't already--you need to check out the Summer of Love exhibition at the Whitney Museum of Art. I loved the fluorescent colors and the crazy films. Hippie women were dancing in the Soft Machine room. Aaaah summer.