The Day Nobody Died: ADAM BROOMBERG and OLIVER CHANARIN

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Subway | Timemachine Magazine

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mathias sterner photographs bent wire masks by nor autonom

What falls away is always. And is near.


Roethke – The Waking

Andre Francois

Sean Hart, Yes Future

legs extend/lifted by your touch/Plantar Flex, Dorsi Flex/carving circles from the air

Art is the big door, but real life is a lot of small doors that you must pass through to create something new

- Moebius

Martine Franck. Bibliothèque pour enfants, Clamart, France, 1965

Ian Turpie by Quentin Jones

Turn, look up/through the gritty window: an unexplored/wilderness of wires

Photo: Transit, Katrin Koenning.
Line: Margaret Atwood, A Bus Along St Clair: December

I sit and watch it with you/your hair so near/the dark whorl of your ear

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Line: Ivy Alvarez

Cindy Sherman MoMA Retrospective

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Snake the Planet! by MPU labs

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We can fight for science by being cool with the idea that it’s not our jobs to be an encyclopaedia, and it’s not our job to present a balanced view. Artists are supposed to be intuitive and feeling, so they should be encouraged to find things that make them feel strong emotions and try to channel that without worrying about coming across as biased or filtering it through a rational mindset. The instinct to qualify what you’re saying is characteristic of scientists, and those sections of the media with any integrity, because they don’t want to be proven wrong. But most media outlets have financial interests outside of presenting an even or scientific view, so impartiality isn’t on the cards – it’s up to the arts to do what it can to balance that out. The arts has always been the best way to communicate the beauty and the terror of science, so we just need to play to people’s emotions on topics we feel strongly about. And we do that by yelling as loud as we can.

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Building Facades Of The Future Will Display Music And Video Art

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Yugoslav War Memorials

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Photographer Hal: Shrink-Wrapped Couples

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Inhotim, Brazil

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Graffiti Printer Uses Arduino & Seven Mounted Spray Cans [Video] @PSFK

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UVA: Connection, Toronto

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William Eggleston. Outskirts of Morton, Mississippi, Halloween. 1971

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To see in London: Amnesty International Photojournalism Awards

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Amnesty International Media Awards Winners 2011 is up until November 8 at Amnesty International UK’s Human Rights Action Centre and Simon Roberts -

We English remains open through 19 November 2011 at Flowers galleries.

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