22/ Thom Yorke and Stanley Donwood in conversation

7/ Julie Mehretu’s Long Journey Home

5/ A Picture of Change for a World in Constant Motion

12/ Simon Fujiwara: We Want Images to Deceive Us

7/ David Hockney shares exclusive art from Normandy, as ‘a respite from the news’

OPTUR: a beautiful exhibition at A. Petersen (last day today!) with ball tracks and sculptures in wood that remind me of Ciat-Lonbarde and Willem Boshoff.

David Hockney shares some spring paintings and drawings:

Bonnard Revisited: some thoughts on sound in and alongside paintings. @seesounddk @lydrummet @glyptoteket

23/ Visualizing Sound – Representations of Sound in Contemporary Creation

Modular Diary – 081

Thinking about the wide variety of elements that go into making a person: Alessio Santini talking with Darwin Grosse (on the Art + Music + Technology podcast) about how the discovery of Max changed the arc of his musical life – how he for many years put away his guitar as he focussed on his activities as a software developer, only to pick the guitar again, but with a very different perspective. That also got me thinking back to Robert Henke’s observations on the tension between finding it necessary to invest in learning how to build (program) things, and getting round to actually making art with them.