Installation view of Korakrit Arunanondchai's installation “2012-2555” (2012) from the acid-washed denim viewing pillows at MoMA PS1 (through May 25).

A particularly comic still from Elodie Pong's hilarious and captivating video “I am a bomb” (2006) from A Sunday in the Mountains (through August 25) at the Swiss Institute.

On Saturday I visited Staten Island for the third annual LUMEN festival of video and performance art at the Atlantic Salt salt depot. One of the highlights was watching Marco Brambilla's “Sea of Tranquility” (2006) projected onto a giant pile of salt.

Last weekend I finally made it to Charles Atlas’s show at Luhring Augustine Bushwick, The Illusion of Democracy (through May 20), and though it wasn’t my favorite piece, this one, “Plato’s Alley” (2009) is the one that photographs best.

This is the deliberately generic talk show set for artist Alex Israel's video art performance project “As It Lays" (2012), on view with all the hilarious and awkward interviews at Reena Spaulings Fine Art (through April 8).

I finally wrote about the Ryan Trecartin exhibition Any Ever at MoMA PS1. My review is here, and all the videos from the show can be seen on Trecartin’s Vimeo page—although, really, you should see them in the great installations he’s created at PS1. (Still is from “The Re’Search (Re’Search Wait’S),” 2009-10, courtesy the artist and Elizabeth Dee Gallery.)

During this morning’s preview of MoMA PS1’s Ryan Trecartin show I got a glimpse of Interboro Partners' finished “Holding Pattern" installation.