Colin Lang

 Young reader following the air raids in 1940, London

Young reader following the air raids in 1940, London

Spike’s Senior Editor COLIN LANG's weekly column "FALLING OUT" is falling in, on itself, like a collapsed library. From new bathroom rituals to keeping distance, it's a burning mess! 

 Gelatin, The B-Thing , 2000 World Trade Center I. Photo: © Gelitin 

Gelatin, The B-Thing, 2000 World Trade Center I; All images: © Gelitin 

There’s so much mystery surrounding Austrian collective Gelatin’s The B-Thing that some believe it never really took place. This barely plausible architectural intervention on the ninety-first floor of the World Trade Center in 2000 was shown – once and once only – to a lucky handful of invited guests. Among them was artist Maria Hassabi, who witnessed the events on a Sunday morning in Lower Manhattan. By Maria Hassabi 

Spike’s Senior Editor COLIN LANG looks back at his first Passover Seders and wonders what the current one will look like. This time, "FALLING OUT" is taking a trip down memory lane. You're invited!

 L to R: Scott Funderburk, Ethan S. Lee, Colin Lang with Barkmkaret CD insert, c. 1994

left to right: Scott Funderburk, Ethan S. Lee, Colin Lang, with Barkmkaret CD insert, c. 1994

Spike’s Senior Editor COLIN LANG went on a voyage … around his apartment. He was not alone – there were devices, music, and his laptop to keep him company. With not much else to see, enjoy the FIRST INSTALMENT of his COLUMN “FALLING OUT”. Hold tight!