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RoundUp .04

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Dec 4, 2017

RoundUp .04

Boston Dynamics AI Robot Can Now Do Flips

Eek. The future is here.

A$AP Mob for #MyCalvins

For the latest installment of the #MyCalvins campaign, Calvin Klein tapped the entire A$AP Mob group as the newest faces of its denim and underwear lines. Starring A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, A$AP Nast, A$AP Twelvyy, A$AP Ant, A$AP Lou and A$AP J. Scott, the hip-hop crew appears in the ultimate group shot photographed by Willy Vanderperre along with a behind-the-scenes video.

Guggenheim Museum x Rem Koolhaas

The Guggenheim will host Rem Koolhaas’ latest project researching the impact of digital technology on non-urban spaces, changing relationships between humans and ecosystems, and the role money plays in different environments. According to Koolhaas, the show aims to rectify the world’s single-minded focus on urbanity and cities. In a statement, the architect said, “The fact that more than 50 percent of the world’s population now lives in cities has become an excuse to ignore the countryside. I have long been fascinated by the transformation of the city, but since looking at the countryside more closely in recent years, I have been surprised by the intensity of change taking place there.”

Long Delayed M.I.A Documentary is Finally Debuting at Sundance '18

The teaser came in out in 2013. We’ve waited long enough! According to the film festival’s site, it’s based on “a never before seen cache of personal footage spanning decades” and is due to be “an intimate portrait of the Sri Lankan artist and musician who continues to shatter conventions.” If the film’s original trailer is anything to go by, it’s likely to feature Jimmy Iovine, Kanye West, Richard Russell, and a whole load of footage of M.I.A and Diplo pointing into an iMac webcam.

Bhad Bhabie Gets A Deal

The unexpected burgeoning career of Bhad Bhabie—a.k.a., “Cash Me Ousside Girl” Danielle Bregoli—continues to grow. The 14-year-old rapper unveils “I Got It,” a new song and video that finds the Atlantic Records signee doing exactly what she has in all her other videos to this point; flex on her doubters. In the visual, Bhad Bhabie drives a flossy whip and counts stacks as she spits about all the money she’s made over the last several months. Her Atlantic Records deal was said to be worth millions of dollars. Get it girl.

Bjork's Music Video : The Gate

In case you missed this, for the first release from her forthcoming new album, co-produced by Arca, Björk has teamed up with a super-troupe of contributors to create a hallucinogenic new video. Director Andrew Thomas Huang envisions a kaleidoscopic world inhabited by the singer-songwriter, who is clad in an iridescent otherworldly garment designed by Gucci’s Alessandro Michele.

Carsten Holler at Art Basel

The Belgian-German artist Carsten Höller is turning a former 1920s film studio into an invitation-only nightclub for three nights during Art Basel in Miami Beach. Guests of The Prada Double Club Miami, which is presented by Milan’s Fondazione Prada, will be able to move between the club, a somber space decorated in stark colors, and a colorful outdoor tropical garden.