Mural by Liqen, via Sweet Station
• Supertramp, London-based art group Lehman B's mobile art project, "explores the practicality of microsized living and downshifting as urban flowmads." Photos of the project here.
• A Detroit gallery that removed a site-specific Banksy work, possibly without permission, is getting threats. Bad at Sports reports that the piece, stenciled on a cinderblock wall at the former Packard plant, has "now been removed from display after the gallery & work had been reportedly threatened with defacement or destruction (I would imagine the gallery more then the work)."
• On Ubuweb: Video of Francis Alÿs' 2002 project When Faith Moves Mountains.
• One of Todd Lamb's Notes from Chris, left on a public wall: "MEET ME AT THIS SUBWAY STOP TOMORROW AT 4PM IF YOU WANT A QUEEN SIZED MATTRESS. WE'LL GO TO MY MOM'S HOUSE AND GET IT. IT'S BRAND NEW. EXCEPT FOR SOME CAT HAIR. BRING A COUPLE OF BUCKS FOR SOME GATORADES OR SNAPPLES OR SOME FRITOS. -- CHRIS"
• Trailer and interview: Bas: Beyond the Red Light, Wendy Champagne's documentary about Indian girls freed after being sold into prostitution, features the girls practicing bhangra dance and discussing their lives.
• Via Flavorpill, a tour of the Mojave Air and Spaceport, presumably the same airplane graveyard where artist Huang Yong Ping found the fuselage that became his Bat Project IV.
• Jonah Brucker-Cohen on the new generation of media art for iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch.
• Minneapolis exhibition: We Work Here, "an exhibition about art, economics, and community," opens June 5 at Intermedia Arts.
• Call for workshop proposals: As part of Futurefarmers' Minneapolis residency, the Walker's looking for artists/hackers/tinkerers to create a two-day workshop around the notion of "voice box." Deadline: June 25. And, oh yeah, the Walker's Open Field launches tonight.
• The latest from Princess Hijab.
• Your moment of Louise Bourgeois singing 22 children's songs.