- My Selfie in 3D to “immortalize your couple.” [My Selfie in 3D via @therourke]
- The “golden ratio” that you learned in art school—and that someone you went to art school with has a dumb tattoo of—is totally fake. [Fast Company]
- Women have been part of electronic music since forever. You can listen to the proof with the playlist “Women In Electronic Music 1938-1982.” Hours of music! [Synthtopia]
- Try not to throw up in your mouth and/or punch a wall while reading this smug real-estate investor describe his tactics for displacing black residents to make more money from white ones. [New York Magazine]
- The Triennial closes this weekend. Only a few days left to say you saw SWAT-team Teletubbies. [New Museum]
- Christoph Büchel’s Venice Biennale mosque has definitely been shut down. Exhibition organizers have 60 days to appeal the local council’s decision. [The Art Newspaper]
- Get your zines and artist books ready for the NY Art Book Fair. Applications for the fair, held at MoMA PS1, are due on May 31. [Printed Matter]
- Artist who wears robotic cat ears designs a terrifying cyberpunk virtual-reality environment. Somehow I’m not terribly surprised. [Motherboard]
- Worst dance-related photo of the day. [Reddit]
- Grayson Perry: wonderful performer, but paltry at pots. [The Guardian]
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Who’s heading to Deborah Kass’s opening at Sargent’s Daughters tonight? She’ll be showing two years of paintings from her series “America’s Most Wanted” (1998-1999), which draws on Andy Warhol’s similarly named series, “13 Most Wanted Men.” Kass, a long-time feminist and spokesperson for the arts, has our interest.