Futurism News Bulletin, xix

What do bejeweled vaginas and Marinetti have in common? Read more

Craig Schuftan […] linked the Italian Futurism movement to Gwen Stefani‘s Hollaback Girl, through the use of unlikely sounds for music (Bassling)

Let’s Murder the Moonlight! examined in Jane Brox’s new book: Brilliant: The Evolution of Artificial Light

Article on Italian Futurism and the African Diaspora

“Futurism, 100 years of inspiration” on the exhibit at the National Art Museum of China

Group la Chambre des Machines reenacted Luigi Russolo’s Intonarumori at the Sonar Chicago Festival (Sept. 9-11, 2010)

Tom McCarthy, author, references futurism in his new novel C

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