At the Verge, Adi Robertson writes about Vera Drew’s The People’s Joker (2022) and copyright law. “I’m not sure exactly how long a copyright term should be to balance artists’ welfare with a cultural commons. I’m not sure exactly what a clearer, more generous fair use system should […]
The Gutter’s own Carol watches Peter Strickland’s new movie, Flux Gourmet (UK, 2022)! Sonic Catering! Sounds generated by food preparation! Art collectives! Gwendoline Christie in magnificent outfits! Digestive issues! Read more here.
Hey, click through here to listen to the newest episode of Surreal Noir from friend of the Gutter Kate Laity! “Tonight’s episode dwells on Letty Lynton, which you may recall is a film, a novel by Marie Belloc Lownds and — gasp! — an early 20th century true […]
At Storming The Ivory Tower, Sam Keeper has a thoughtful essay on AI-generated art. “Much of the art, though, comes from interpretive ambiguity that both the prompter-curator is faced with and must make decisions about in terms of culling and framing images, and which the end viewer is […]
“Filmmakers Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman discuss honoring and following your instincts, changing mediums, and overcoming massive obstacles” creating the AfroFuturist musical Neptune Frost (Rwanda/USA, 2021). Read it here.
It’s not Valentine’s Day and we don’t care because we just discovered these AI-generated Valentine’s Day cards and we love them. Behold their glory here. (Thanks, Ed!)