an Experimental Video/Music/Art Collaborative in the Triangle, NC
Exploded Hipster is a community-sourced portrait of the Triangle music scene, celebrating its history and raising questions about identity, appearance and authenticity in a subculture.
Exploded Hipster 2014
Currently being community-sourced for the upcoming exhibition
Area 919: Artists In the Triangle
Nasher Museum of Art, Durham, NC
January 24 – April 12, 2015
Exploded Hipster 2012
Community-sourced and made during Hopsctoch 2012 at CAM Raleigh
by Lincoln Hancock, Robin Vuchnich, Mollie Earls, Ellie Blake and Neill Prewitt
Yuxtapongo aired for four years on cable-access stations across the Triangle, NC. More than sixty local, national and international artists contributed to the program. Every episode is now available to stream online.