On Oct. 14, in what some might call a Major Flex™, the Disney+ Twitter account blessed its attentive observers with a deluge of movies and shows that will be available for consumption when the seven-dollar-per-month streaming service goes live on Nov. 12.
Lorde recently announced in an email to her newsletter subscribers that her unofficially announced upcoming album will be postponed because of the death of her dog, Pearl.
If it weren’t well-documented that “White Mercedes” was directed by Colin Solal Cardo and its predecessor by Bradley&Pablo, the two short films could feel like consecutive fever dreams.
The music video for “Blood Sweat & Tears” is a visual cacophony of whimsical grandeur, filled with shots of spacious rooms bedecked with glittering chandeliers and Renaissance paintings.
The humor of “weird Twitter” is surreal, ironic, and absurd. Even as brands and politicians begin to use memes to appeal to young people, this sort of humor remains unknown to most in the mainstream. That is, until recently.
That type of memory is what makes MoMA: It’s a museum where art can get personal.