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    Top: Alexander McQueen Runway

    Bottom: Doug Aitken Arles 

    Both McQueen and Aitken handle the au courant with an organic and utterly unique hand. I think a collection of McQueen’s couture would look at home and be heightened that much more (to think that’s possible!) against an Aitken landscape video installation.

    See all Fantasy Hiring here.



    July 23, 2014, 4:00pm  

    Above: Doug Aitken Untitled (Shopping Cart) 2000

    Below: Richard Misrach Shopping Cart, Tanger FactoryOutlet Center, I-10, Gonzales, Louisiana, 2010,



    March 07, 2014, 9:10am  

    Top: Joseph Magnin store designed by Deborah Sussman (late 60’s). Photobombed by Frank Gehry, but he designed the building so we’ll give him a pass.

    Bottom: Doug Aitken More x 4 2012



    December 10, 2013, 12:07pm  

    James Turrell: Perception

    The first of three videos featuring James Turrell in conversation with Doug Aitken. 

    James Turrell has concurrent exhibitions at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

    This is a really good one guys.

    Also, y’all left out his two installations in VEGAS BABY! Just for thoroughness sake.

    via stn-to-stn



    Reblogged from STATION TO STATION.

    July 02, 2013, 9:22am  

    minusmanhattan:


In September 2013, a train will travel from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Activating the cultural landscape, Station to Station will connect artists, musicians and creative pioneers. For a short time, the most interesting place in the country will be a moving target.

Funded by Levi’s and organized by artist Doug Aitken, Station to Station will bring together artists, musicians, chefs, and others for events spanning the United States and lasting three weeks. The train is designed as a moving light sculpture and will broadcast unique content and experiences to those in its path and on the web.
Check out the website here.

For a short time, the most interesting place in the United States will be a moving target.

    minusmanhattan:

    In September 2013, a train will travel from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Activating the cultural landscape, Station to Station will connect artists, musicians and creative pioneers. For a short time, the most interesting place in the country will be a moving target.

    Funded by Levi’s and organized by artist Doug Aitken, Station to Station will bring together artists, musicians, chefs, and others for events spanning the United States and lasting three weeks. The train is designed as a moving light sculpture and will broadcast unique content and experiences to those in its path and on the web.

    Check out the website here.

    For a short time, the most interesting place in the United States will be a moving target.



    Reblogged from Minus Manhattan.

    June 25, 2013, 3:52pm  

    We just went live with the trailer for Station to Station. It’s really hitting me that this is real. A lot of work ahead, but also really just straight excited.



    June 20, 2013, 6:59pm  

    Station to Station is alive.

Online: http://StationToStation.comTwitter:  http://Twitter.com/StnToStn Facebook: http://facebook.com/StnToStnTumblr: http://stn-to-stn.tumblr.comInstagram: http://instagram.com/StnToStnVimeo:  http://vimeo.com/StnToStn
Track: #tracksts

    Station to Station is alive.

    Online: http://StationToStation.com

    Twitter:  http://Twitter.com/StnToStn

    Facebook: http://facebook.com/StnToStn

    Tumblr: http://stn-to-stn.tumblr.com

    Instagram: http://instagram.com/StnToStn

    Vimeo:  http://vimeo.com/StnToStn

    Track: #tracksts



    June 20, 2013, 11:28am  

    » Doug Aitken's Station to Station

    I was super excited about this finally coming out and then I read this sentence “…which looks like a boutique post-production firm apart from his art on the walls — Vegas-style, mirrored signage spelling out ART and NOW, and an acrylic sign for SEX.” and now I’m annoyed. 1. bad writing and 2. Vegas-style? Seriously? An Acrylic sign for SEX?  Ugh.

    I’m also sick so everything is annoying me just that extra little bit.



    June 20, 2013, 10:58am  

    Today going through old footage we found some gems of B-Roll from a crowd scene Doug Aitken shot for his 2009 film Frontier. It would be 2 years before I would work at his studio.

    Today going through old footage we found some gems of B-Roll from a crowd scene Doug Aitken shot for his 2009 film Frontier. It would be 2 years before I would work at his studio.



    June 13, 2013, 12:25pm