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Gus Donohoo

Gus Donohoo

Gus Donohoo hails from the land of cold beer, kangaroos, and racist immigration. After a brief stint lecturing in law and ethics at the Australian National University Medical School, he abandoned his PhD to pursue both a 1/3rd of life (hopefully) crisis, and a sheila. Landing in Los Angeles in 2014 he unexpectedly materialised at Flaunt where he quickly established himself as the resident rugby union expert. His hobbies include hangovers, polariton Bose-Einstein condensates, hating on Turner Prize nominees, and agonising over how much he enjoys fishing.
08 March 2017
Revisiting Roe v. Wade with the Pioneering Badasses Who Fought It
Revisiting Roe v. Wade with the Pioneering Badasses Who Fought It

This Isn’t over

Whether it’s a stylish symptom of late capitalism or simply knowing the correct clay for the job, multimedia artist Seth Price makes swift, wise pivots between materials, mastering various modes of consumption. Part critical, part artisanal, Price offers up a nicely balanced diet — edgy essays via free PDF, vacuum-formed reliefs freezing things like rope in place, wood cut-outs glossy with acrylic and based mostly on what’s not there, released, leaving just the cameo-like silhouettes of Google-searched images.
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28 February 2017
Bella Heathcote
Bella Heathcote

The Neon Demon star talks to us about our collective dystopian reality

Whether it’s a stylish symptom of late capitalism or simply knowing the correct clay for the job, multimedia artist Seth Price makes swift, wise pivots between materials, mastering various modes of consumption. Part critical, part artisanal, Price offers up a nicely balanced diet — edgy essays via free PDF, vacuum-formed reliefs freezing things like rope in place, wood cut-outs glossy with acrylic and based mostly on what’s not there, released, leaving just the cameo-like silhouettes of Google-searched images.
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19 January 2017
Save Menice Beach
Save Menice Beach

A Primer on the Above Water Board and a Sinking Art World

Whether it’s a stylish symptom of late capitalism or simply knowing the correct clay for the job, multimedia artist Seth Price makes swift, wise pivots between materials, mastering various modes of consumption. Part critical, part artisanal, Price offers up a nicely balanced diet — edgy essays via free PDF, vacuum-formed reliefs freezing things like rope in place, wood cut-outs glossy with acrylic and based mostly on what’s not there, released, leaving just the cameo-like silhouettes of Google-searched images.
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11 January 2017
Sebastian Copeland
Sebastian Copeland

The award-winning environmental photographer has been documenting the destruction of the Artic ice caps for the better part of 20 years

Whether it’s a stylish symptom of late capitalism or simply knowing the correct clay for the job, multimedia artist Seth Price makes swift, wise pivots between materials, mastering various modes of consumption. Part critical, part artisanal, Price offers up a nicely balanced diet — edgy essays via free PDF, vacuum-formed reliefs freezing things like rope in place, wood cut-outs glossy with acrylic and based mostly on what’s not there, released, leaving just the cameo-like silhouettes of Google-searched images.
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30 December 2016
Miami-Based architect Rene Gonzalez is prepared for the worst
Miami-Based architect Rene Gonzalez is prepared for the worst

Whether it’s a stylish symptom of late capitalism or simply knowing the correct clay for the job, multimedia artist Seth Price makes swift, wise pivots between materials, mastering various modes of consumption. Part critical, part artisanal, Price offers up a nicely balanced diet — edgy essays via free PDF, vacuum-formed reliefs freezing things like rope in place, wood cut-outs glossy with acrylic and based mostly on what’s not there, released, leaving just the cameo-like silhouettes of Google-searched images.
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26 December 2016
Huijin Zheng Makes Buildings So Ahead of Their Time that Reality Can’t Keep Up (Yet)
Huijin Zheng Makes Buildings So Ahead of Their Time that Reality Can’t Keep Up (Yet)

Talking ice and art with the experimental Los Angeles architect

Whether it’s a stylish symptom of late capitalism or simply knowing the correct clay for the job, multimedia artist Seth Price makes swift, wise pivots between materials, mastering various modes of consumption. Part critical, part artisanal, Price offers up a nicely balanced diet — edgy essays via free PDF, vacuum-formed reliefs freezing things like rope in place, wood cut-outs glossy with acrylic and based mostly on what’s not there, released, leaving just the cameo-like silhouettes of Google-searched images.
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23 December 2016
Doug Aitken
Doug Aitken

Our correspondent dives in for a look at artist Doug Aitken's new underwater sculptures

Whether it’s a stylish symptom of late capitalism or simply knowing the correct clay for the job, multimedia artist Seth Price makes swift, wise pivots between materials, mastering various modes of consumption. Part critical, part artisanal, Price offers up a nicely balanced diet — edgy essays via free PDF, vacuum-formed reliefs freezing things like rope in place, wood cut-outs glossy with acrylic and based mostly on what’s not there, released, leaving just the cameo-like silhouettes of Google-searched images.
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14 December 2016
Column: Casks
Column: Casks

For the After Dark Issue we took a ramble in the Scottish countryside for a whisky or three

Whether it’s a stylish symptom of late capitalism or simply knowing the correct clay for the job, multimedia artist Seth Price makes swift, wise pivots between materials, mastering various modes of consumption. Part critical, part artisanal, Price offers up a nicely balanced diet — edgy essays via free PDF, vacuum-formed reliefs freezing things like rope in place, wood cut-outs glossy with acrylic and based mostly on what’s not there, released, leaving just the cameo-like silhouettes of Google-searched images.
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02 December 2016
50% Hustle: A Side-Mirror Glimpse Into the L.A. Street Racing Scene
50% Hustle: A Side-Mirror Glimpse Into the L.A. Street Racing Scene

Whether it’s a stylish symptom of late capitalism or simply knowing the correct clay for the job, multimedia artist Seth Price makes swift, wise pivots between materials, mastering various modes of consumption. Part critical, part artisanal, Price offers up a nicely balanced diet — edgy essays via free PDF, vacuum-formed reliefs freezing things like rope in place, wood cut-outs glossy with acrylic and based mostly on what’s not there, released, leaving just the cameo-like silhouettes of Google-searched images.
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09 November 2016
The Establishment Unravels
The Establishment Unravels

An Opinion on the New Day

Whether it’s a stylish symptom of late capitalism or simply knowing the correct clay for the job, multimedia artist Seth Price makes swift, wise pivots between materials, mastering various modes of consumption. Part critical, part artisanal, Price offers up a nicely balanced diet — edgy essays via free PDF, vacuum-formed reliefs freezing things like rope in place, wood cut-outs glossy with acrylic and based mostly on what’s not there, released, leaving just the cameo-like silhouettes of Google-searched images.
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