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Nothing but Net: Ruby in the Rough

Nothing but Net: Ruby in the Rough

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by Marie-Clare Treseder

Lynn Hershman Leeson: The Agent Ruby Files

 

Since the sixties, San Francisco has been noted for its population of counter cultural miscreants and revolutionary ingenues. Its entrepreneurial economy is seeded by innumerable startups who increase the youth population, boost the regional wealth, and create a new class of aspiring art collectors and artists.

The endemic art scene has grown considerably from this, trading her hippies for hipsters. Properly paired, this collection of artists and entrepreneurs has already spawned some enticing innovations, not the least of which is net art. San Francisco’s unique nexus of tech and art is challenging its rival art capitals with the growing phenomena of net-centric and net-based art.  (more…)


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Our Most Androgynous DJ Set With SFMOMA

Our Most Androgynous DJ Set With SFMOMA

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Within SFMOMA’s collection lies a selection of artworks that challenge our views on sexuality and identification. With the green light from SFMOMA’s resident staff babe Willa (previously exalted on our site,) BATM got to “DJ” for the day and put together this playlist that muses on androgyny in art– its power to lure and gracefully confuse, visually and musically.

More on the artwork that inspired our music picks here.

 

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Amanda & Laura at SFMOMA

Amanda & Laura at SFMOMA

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Amanda Schultz and Laura at SFMOMA

The SFMOMA Staff Twins! Ok not really, but they do work at the SFMOMA (Amanda on the left and Laura on the right). Next time you find yourself at the museum’s  information desk or box office, don’t forget to say hello and make them feel internet famous.


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