The Avant/Garde Diaries is a digital portrait magazine that invites leading creatives to talk about the cutting edge of art, design, fashion, music and film.
In each digital portrait, featured diarists are asked to introduce someone or something they consider to be ahead of their time. The result is a collection of very personal snapshots that celebrate new ways of thinking and spread inspiration.
There are currently 49 video diaries in the series with more being added each week. Check out all the complete video portrait library at theavantgardediaries.com.
I spent almost an hour watching a number of these last night and particularly enjoyed this piece on Jennifer Rubell who blurs the line between installation, sculpture, and performance art with her interactive works centered around the production and consumption food.