Somewhere Else heads back to where it all began, with Brooklyn's Torn Hawk as our homecoming king. Plus idiosyncratic Jahiliyya Fields and residents Luc Mast and Arif Malawi.
We spoke to producer and maker of 'video mulch' Torn Hawk a.k.a. Luke Wyatt about the adolescent springs of creative development and the discipline required to push on.
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Museum De Hallen in Haarlem presents a retrospective exhibition of the renowned filmmaker Michel Auder. On 25 September, both the exhibition and the film screening will be free for members. The film screening starts at 19.30 and shows Auder’s work, as well as some other nice surprises.
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We spoke to visual artist Arnar Ásgeirsson about rubber mallets, the orbitofrontal cortex and crying on aeroplanes.
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Another taster from South London's Deptford Goth ahead of his second full-length Songs out 3 November via Rough Trade. 'Two Hearts' is a heartfelt-slash-heart-torn track, crooning "love is enough" in a manner that seems both hopeful yet melancholic.
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Get in the mood for Ryley Walker's warm and wild melodies with this dreamy guitar folk tune. Walker and Blackie & the Oohoos are on at Bimhuis, Amsterdam tonight from 20.30 on.