The Paradox of Permanence

by Cyrus Bozorgmehr

There’s been a dualism at cultures’ core since time immemorial. On the one hand, the arts have always sought permanence. And yet the fleeting illumination of an immersive moment has always had a primal hold on human experience.

Dig if You Will the Picture

by Ben Greenman

I was stunned into something more than silence: I was stunned into clamor. All at once, I heard Prince’s music, not snatches of a few songs in medley but all of them, brutally overlaid.