We plan on taking Kai trick or treating twice today. U of R this afternoon. Hanover, in the Fan, this evening.
This morning my four year old son, Kai,said “I’m a sculpture that makes sound.” Out of the blue. Where did it come from?
We are in the midst of a vast process in which literary forms are being melted...– Walter Benjamin (via pattiisixx) (via libraryland) (via infoneernet)
People typically think of DIY culture as being local and modest in ambitions....– Lawrence Rinder on Publication Studio via the Oregonian. (via zachrose)
notoriousnat: Justin, I remember you once asked the class to tell you what kind of documentary we think would be interesting to watch/make. At the time, I couldn’t really think of a good topic but I sort of wandered on one the other night. I think if one was made about a few people who felt strongly about a religion/no religion were meant to spend the day in the life of others. i.e. American...
notoriousnatinsp: “Art is not a mirror with which to reflect reality, but a hammer with which to shape it.” -BERTOLT BRECHT (Germany) So, art shouldn’t be about something everyday or what we already know about… it should be delicately prepared with imagination and creativity and unveiled properly to the unaware world… Is this why art can never “not have a point”? Even if a piece is made simply...
Marketing has so saturated culture —with people adopting the discourse of...– Marginal Utility on culture jamming. (via somethingchanged)
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futuramb: It is no secret that personalized communication technologies cause increased transparency on many levels. This blog post in Smart Mobs tells a couple of stories suggesting that this transparency has taken another important step when theorists on both the counter terrorist side and terrorist side starts to communicate person to person over the Internet. I take this as a clear sign...
A human being is a synthesis of the infinite and the finite, of the temporal and...– Soren Kierkegaard (via chrbutler)
architecture, cities, imagination.
intaipei: As you’ve probably noticed, I’ve been saying, “Just submitted [blah blah blah]…” a lot recently. Why? Because I’m not going to get anywhere by just taking photos and uploading them to Tumblr…I wish it were that easy. I’m at least attempting to send in my photos/photo essays to magazines to try and make something happen for myself. So instead of saying what I “plan” on doing, I’m now...
Let them sing it for you →
standardgrey: towerofsleep: This is the funnest thing on the internet right now. HOLY CRAP! This thing rules.
40 Years Ago: The Message that Conceived the... →
infoneernet: On Oct. 29, 1969, UCLA student Charles Kline sent the first message over the ARPANET, the computer network that later became known as the Internet. Though only the “l” and “o” of his message (“login”) were successfully transmitted, the interactive exchange ushered in a technological revolution that has — as anyone alive long enough to witness the shift knows — revolutionized human...
THESE ARE POWERS, ABE VIGODA, MI AMI, MOSES CAMPBELL 10/24 @ The Smell on Vimeo (via Vimeo)Mike Anderson’s ads for club music events are really great.
Fueled by social media sites and ever-cheaper devices, information production...– Tad Toulis (via chrbutler)
There’s more to life than books, you know, but not much more. -Morrissey
“Let’s see what happens if we try this.” That’s the kind of education I find most useful.
Making is a means of thinking.
I’m so busy speculating in my art that I don’t know how to speculate for my economics. Can anybody help me?
For the past few days my fingers have smelled strongly of coffee.A cup a day, but the smell reminds me of when I worked at a coffee shop.
When full e-ink, flexible-screen readers come out that truly look and feel as...– Stu Levy of TokyoPop at zippy1300.blogspot.com. (via obsoletethebook) (via infoneernet) I might end up falling into both categories…. art book collector….and before too long, a member of the silver generation.
Art Lovers, Your Wait Is Over.. →
(via theavant-gardeplaylist) worth a quick look.
Experimental Gameplay Project » Games →
Mike Leavitt - Hip Hopjects →
The criticism that Ralph Lauren doesn't want you... →
NYC-area startup Aviary, which makes Web-based creative software, has raised $7...– Aviary Raises $7 Million From Spark And Jeff Bezos To Crush Adobe Online (ADBE, AMZN) (via femmebot)
Welcome back to work britt.. looking forward to seeing you again.
DM7022: The Real World →
Wow…what a great syllabus for an art class.
Still on a roll making artwork. After 3 years of teaching art I’m finally finding a way to balance my teaching and art-making.
apophenia: Some thoughts on Twitter vs. Facebook... →
VMFA: Education & Outreach: Artist Fellowships →
Vernacular Video In Culture and Education →
The only difference between a rut and a grave is their dimensions.– ~Ellen Glasgow wisely urging you to snap out of it and start living the life you want…! (via i-peach-feng-shui)
I NEED TO GET THE FUCK OUT OF MY OWN HEAD
themedicine: esqueleto: themedicine: esqueleto: have you ever thought about how one seemingly minor decision can so easily throw something off its course? to call or not call to go or not go the difference of a minute of a second so often do i think i sense a cusp; i have realized when the sphere of your thoughts is much larger than your manageable use of energy, every moment IS a...
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i-peach-feng-shui: Yes, all things that are art art are generally conceived at artful hours like 2am with several days of sleeplessness leading to that moment, but seriously, this can be cool. Wikizine: The Important Contemporary Art. Write, add, comment, post, have at it. We all need greater voices, and sometimes just one blog isn’t enough, you know?!
Cage Circus excerpts