This edition of Ideal Home Noise takes a look at the Kiju Yoshida box set from Arrow Video, a Greg Tate reader, and Anouck Durand’s Eternal Friendship.
In this installment of Unpublishable, Jeff Jackson shares 25 writing tips that will bring you closer to the void.
Jeff Jackson dives in to the lifetime work of Alan Clarke, explores the latest release from the brain of Cortázar, and the uncovering of a thought-lost masterpiece from Pushwagner.
The 12th installment of Jeff Jackson’s column focuses on the newly released 8-DVD box set of the film work of Robert Frank.
The latest installment of Jeff Jackson’s column focuses on a massive set of subversive biblical films from Poland, D. Foy’s exploration of the father, and the pen-and-ink noise of Raymond Pettibon.
In his tenth installment, Jeff Jackson shares surreal installations from Marcel Broodthaers, a look at the graphic novels of Blutch, and the knife-like poetry of Alejandra Pizarnik.
In his ninth installment, Jeff Jackson details the noise that should be filling your home, including fantastic manga, Wallace Berman’s collages, and the masks of Galembo.
The eighth installment of Jeff Jackson’s Ideal Home Noise column focuses solely on the 16-disc DVD and Blu-ray box set of the work of the French New Wave’s Jacques Rivette, out now from Britain’s Arrow Films
Jeff Jackson returns with a deep dive into mind benders that deserve a place in your home. This edition tackles American avant-garde, a surreal graphic novel, and portals into alternate worlds as art.
Jeff Jackson brings us his latest round up of wild media for your mind. This month, he includes the absurd writings of Merce Rodereda, Bill Henson’s dreamy photographs, and a look at Criterion’s rerelease of Haneke’s Code Unknown.