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The Lost Lectures NY: Number Two

After last years knockout knockdown Lost adventure, we take another bold step into the hidden core of the Big Apple for ‘The Lost Lectures NY: Number Two’ We again team up with our friends at Hyperallergic and have our collective sites set on a crazy, scary unchartered location, that will push our Lost credentials to their limits. LL is an evening event – at this point in time we are giving no clues as to the location – this will be revealed only to ticket holders a few days before the event.

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Jon Ronson

Psychopath’s, men who walk through walls and Internet trolls… Just a couple of Jon’s many specialties. One of the world’s leading gonzo journalists, Jon Ronson, has spent the last few decades immersing himself in society’s fringes. His renegade approach to journalism has resulted in a slew of bestselling books (Frank, Men Who Stare at Goats, The Psychopath Test) as well…

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Josephine Decker

Rising star of independent cinema, Josephine Decker is a force to reckoned with.  Indie Wire described her work as “The unholy marriage of Ingmar Bergman and David Lynch” while the New Yorker credits her with reinventing cinematic language itself. Outside of being a maverick auteur, she’s also a bit of a maverick sociologist, looking into concepts of community and community-formation.…

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Andrew Kalleen

Andrew is a rock star in every possible sense. As well as being one of the city’s finest buskers, he’s also an activist, who’s stared down police intimidation, faced arrest and spearheaded an unprecedented protest against the NYPD. After being wrongfully incarcerated last year for legally singing on the underground, Andrew inspired a guerrilla campaign, drawing on the city’s many…

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Steve Duncan

Steve Duncan is New York cities most formidable urban explorer, having plummed the depths of New York Cities sewer system, not to mention those of London, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, Moscow, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago and LA in a bid to map out the staggering maze of tunnels that form the bowels of each of these urban landscapes. In a brief appearance…

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Tao Lin

Literary zeitgeist, Tao Lin, is a poet, novelist and artist. Reliantly provocative, he's polarised critics in ways that few contemporary voices manage: his work has variously been described as genius, daring, hilarious and sociopathic. Gawker notoriously denounced him as “the most annoying person” they've ever had dealings with, (before 'pardoning' him and becoming fans), while hard nosed critics have spent countless column…

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Blonde Redhead

Blonde Redhead are one of the most influential bands to emerge in the last few decades, reigning over the alternative music scene and effortlessly redefining their aesthetic with each album. They’ve been credited with bringing fringe genres, such as noise-pop and shoe gaze, to the global fore as well as reinvigorating more popular forms. Expect never before seen material from lead…

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Diana Al-Hadid

Contemporary artist Diana Al-Hadid has continued to invent and reinvent visually distinct and compelling work that has received overwhelming international acclaim. With over 19 solo shows in the past nine years and an endless list of awards and inclusions in public collections, she continues to push limits in her transformation of materials. Born in Syria and currently based in Brooklyn, Al-Hadid…