Sound sculptor Liz Phillips is developing a particularly exciting new interstitial multi-media venture called Biyuu (a Japanese word describing the sound of bamboo bending in the wind). In this piece, soundscapes will be transformed through the controlled and conscious movement of the human body in live performance.
Interstitiality made an audible stir this past week when Writing Excuses posted an interview author Mary Robinette Kowal conducted with IAF co-founders Ellen Kushner and Delia Sherman (click this link to read and to listen):
Ellen Kushner and Delia Sherman from the Interstitial Arts Foundation join Mary and Dan at World Fantasy to discuss things that [...]
When it come to interstitial possibilities, the web never fails to surprise. In a stunning example of an open multimedia collaboration, The Johnny Cash Project allows participating artists from all over the world to each draw one frame of an animated music video for the late singer’s haunting tune “Ain’t No Grave.” The movie changes [...]
[Ed. Note: guest blogger A. M. Kerstetter brings this interview with multimedia artists Mores McWreath. Kerstetter's previous entry, on the Chapbook Festival at City University of New York Graduate Center can be found here.]
Artist Mores McWreath works in a variety of media from animation to performance-based video to photography, drawing, painting, and sculpture. In this [...]
(Eds. Note: Interstitial March continues as guest blogger Alex Dally MacFarlane brings us an interview with Kira Burge, a Seattle artist who operates a truly unique cinema, the Interstitial Theatre.)
A scene from Jesse Sugarmann’s RED STORM RISING
As well as being a multifarious artist, Kira Burge is co-curator of the Interstitial Theatre in Seattle, an ambitious [...]
(Eds. Note: Colette Fu’s art isn’t like much of anything you’ve seen before. Her enormous fold out pop-up books work as photo essays, as collages, as sculptures. They’re so elaborate that the photography and multimedia staff at The New York Times was inspired to create interactive videos of three of her pieces that allow the [...]
Will Ludwigsen’s story “Remembrance Is Something Like A House,” originally published in the IAF’s 2009 anthology Interfictions 2, is now available as a free podcast from PodCastle, read by Wilson Fowlie.
And it has the distinction of being chosen as the 100th episode for Podcastle! As Rachel Swirsky explains in her introduction, “This smart, surreal piece [...]
We like to be ahead of the artistitic curve — and now we’re on the cutting edge of technology, as well! IAF Working Group member & Interfictions author & blogger K. Tempest Bradford works for Laptop Magazine, testing out what’s new, and blogging about it. Last week, in an online video review, she demonstrated [...]
WBAI, New York City’s venerable, beloved & controversial independent, non-commercial radio station, plays host to Interfictions 2 co-editor Delia Sherman and authors Carlos Hernandez (“The Assimilated Cuban’s Guide to Quantum Santeria”) & Genevieve Valentine (“To Set Before the King”) on Jim Freund’s Hour of the Wolf: Saturday morning, Dec. 5, 5:00 – 7:00 a.m EST.
As reported on [i.e. totally stolen from] Small Beer Press’s not a journal:
Last week Matt Cheney posted an mp3 of his reading of his story, “A Map of the Everywhere,” which was published in the first Interstitial Arts Foundation anthology, Interfictions. Check, one-two-three. Check, one-two-three. You are good to go:
I’ve been meaning for a while [...]
With the kind participation of some wonderful writers, we offer you these podcasts of the INTERFICTIONS story teasers that were performed aloud at Readercon 18:
“Pallas at Noon” – Joy Marchand (5.5 Mb)
“The Utter Proximity of God” – Michael J. DeLuca (7.0 Mb)
“Hunger” – Vandana Singh (7.5 Mb)
“Black Feather” – K. Tempest [...]