In an article over at The Guardian about a tour of one of director Robert Wilson’s latest projects, Walking—which includes a sound installation of a recording of crickets “slowed down by Tom Waits”—Mr. Wilson tells the author that he has several collaborations in the hopper, and said he wants to work with, and has already visited, musician Jay-Z.
The Art Newspaper reports that nonprofit organization Word Above the Street has signed up a bevy of artists for a 12-week project to transform 300 of New York’s water towers into public artworks. Ed Ruscha, Lawrence Weiner, Marilyn Minter, E.V. Day, Tony Conrad, Andy Goldsworthy and Tony Oursler, as well as rapper Jay-Z are just some of the artists on board with the aptly named Water Tank Project, an effort to increase public awareness of the need to conserve water.