Paper Clip is a weekly compilation of online articles, artifacts and other—old, new, and sometimes BOMB-related.
1. In the ‘80s, Celluloid Records brought together post-punk, afrobeat, avant garde, metal and more, via The Quietus.
John Waters, Self-Portrait, 1994, 10 color photographs, 3 1/2×49 3/4” overall. All photos courtesy of the artist, American Fine Arts, Co., New York, and the New Museum of Contemporary Art.
2. John Waters discusses his illustrious career.
3. Noah Teichner translates Paul Gilson’s classic piece, "The Malady of Sleep", first published in 1929.
Shara Worden. Photo: Matt Wignall.
4. Shara Worden on her love of cat t-shirts and advice for young people.
5. A recent find: Thomas Beller’s tribute to the ever-confounding David Berman doubles as a sort of Decline and Fall of one the great ‘90s institutions: Beller’s own Open City.
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