Monthly Archives: January 2011

German artist who works with paper. I find his “paperworks” most interesting. Check dis guy out!

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Nick Cave: Meet Me at the Center of the Earth at the SAM

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Cartographic meets dimensional

Life Below The City Of Light: Paris Underground Check out this amazing article and video about the Paris Underground. It is interesting to think of cities in not only space and time, but multiple dimensions as well.

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Nato “Glick” Thomson

Nato Thomson was an impressive public speaker, I thought he sounded a little like Martin Short’s character Jiminy Glick.

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rebecca horn

Rebecca Horn If you don’t know who she is then you’re missing out because she is awesome. Horn is a German artist who is probably most famously known for her body modification sculptures. Her work extends from sculpture to performance, … Continue reading

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PBS Streaming Content

Art21: Systems Secrets of the Parthenon

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Solid Liquids (Non-Newtonian Fluid)

I recently rediscovered the magic of non-Newtonian fluids (cornstarch) that grow more viscous as they are disturbed. Maybe you’ve encountered this effect before as a science experiment. Cornstarch will run freely along the palm of your hand, but when once … Continue reading

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