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  • Conflicts of Interest: Unedited Footage of a Chimp

    Conflicts of Interest: Unedited Footage of a Chimp
    Cricket Arrison became an actor so that she could work with chimps. At least that’s the story she tells when I stop by to visit her in the studio she and AB Video Solutions, the video production crew she works with, shares up above Post Typography in Charles Village.
  • One night at a Curtis Bay Sex Party

    One night at a Curtis Bay Sex Party
    Sir Loyal Wolfe starts drawing across Kitten’s back with a dull butter knife. It leaves a red mark, but doesn’t appear to be painful. He draws one line straight down her spine this time, which makes her wiggle around and playfully squeak,...

    Conflicts of Interest: You, me, and Alcibiades

    Conflicts of Interest: You, me, and Alcibiades
    Plato’s “Symposium” begins with a confusion regarding time, as the narrator Apollodorus is asked about a drinking party—that’s the meaning of the word “symposium”—where Socrates and the great, but hugely...

    Sexy Art: Some of CP's art writers blow hot air on the sexiest work in town

    Sexy Art: Some of CP's art writers blow hot air on the sexiest work in town
    ‘Male/Female,’ by Jonathan Borofsky The sexiest things always feel “wrong” on some level—like fooling around in a church, rough sex, weird porn, or using various orifices or bodily fluids for something other than their...

    'Mr. Turner,' Mike Leigh's unsentimental, phlegmy J.M.W. Turner biopic

    'Mr. Turner,' Mike Leigh's unsentimental, phlegmy J.M.W. Turner biopic
    Joseph Mallord William Turner didn’t so much speak as cough up phlegmatic sounds. At least, such is the early 19th-century English artist’s go-to response as realized by Timothy Spall’s lived-in performance in director Mike Leigh’s...