Adi Nes, Untitled (Boys 7), 2000, via I Heart My Art
• Artist Andrea Zittel discusses 100 Acres, a "habitable island" she's building in Indiana that'll have temporary residents the next few summers. Fitting the theme, on Zittel's favorite-books list is The Hidden Messages in Water by Masaro Emotu, which examines how thought can affect water molecules.
• Via C-Monster, something we midwesterners hear all the time: the space-age sounds of frozen lakes. (You might hear 'em if you head to Art Shanty Projects, now through Feb. 7 on Medicine Lake.)
• Jeffrey Deitch's last show at his New York Gallery, before shutting it down to become director of LACMA, is a Shepard Fairey solo exhibition. Fairey recently discussed his copyright battle with the AP -- and lying about the source for his Obama posters -- for the series Brave New Conversations.
• Via Fimoculous, online video of three episodes of Andy Warhol's early '80s cable TV shows.
• The Tate has purchased eight William Blake etchings that were unearthed in a box of used books in the '70s.
• The Vancouver Art Gallery is hosting three off-site projects for the Olympics, including a giant mural by Michael Lin and, by Ken Lum, three scale replicas of squatter’s shacks from Maplewood Mudflats settlement in North Vancouver.
• Homelessness is très chic... according to Vivienne Westwood, at least.
• The Banksy-produced documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop debuts at Sundance on Sunday.
• Mashup: Wu Tang v. The Beatles = Enter the Magical Mystery Chambers.