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Those are 2 projects - 3 videos published in youtube - created in post-graduate SCI-FI (Southern...
From adam_g
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From Andy Gilmore
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These are the ones who fooled themselves... "Belief in God is stupid, illogical & insane" They shout. United. Not a bad beginning. Atheism is becoming a religion. They are uniting against religions, all of them. Wishing to get it abolished, to rebuild the twin towers, undo the crusades. Fuck them right? It's their freedoms,...
From dragon
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Our body is our shell, it contains us in order to operate on this plane of experience. WIth...
From (kevin)
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This past weekend my husband and I went to the MOMA to see the Dali: Painting and Film Exhibit....
From boborina
Project:
The Total Library
 
We have constructed a ladder of how to think about – about what? Oh, yes, the pattern which...
From Spaceweaver
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"Hyperlinks are amazing. They let you follow any path.. ..any path anyone has ever...
From sjef
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I'm not writing much of anything at the moment, instead I'm building a bike trailer from a...
From meika
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Looking towards downtown Chicago from the South, from an elevated train platform. On the right,...
From weightshift
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From Andy Gilmore
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Currently photographing flocks of birds to create wall pattern.
From syllo
 
From Andy Gilmore
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Project:
Proposal for a multimedia playground
 
At one point I was in a experimental trio with musicians Cynthia Payne and Leaf Tine. We would get...
From richard
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Marijuana is pretty much illegal everywhere. Ever thought to wonder why? It's a pretty...
From dragon
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Project:
The Total Library
 
A book that makes you think, laugh and continue reading.
From Kilgore Trout
I'm guilty. I'm guilty for living the life I live, for having the things I have. I'm as scared of global warming as most people, more than most people, probably. But almost every day, you know, I get in a car, and I drive somewhere. Somewhere that often is only a mile away from where I live. I could get on my bike, put on my helmet, ride down...
From watchmytoast
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BDK08
From blipsync
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Indeed, a hyperlink is much like a synapse in the brain. Both work by making associations between...
From matthewspencer
 
I must admit I was very inspired by the branching architecture models from Studio Lynn , whitout...
From ika
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Are we really the most intelligent race this planet has seen? That's quite a big lump to...
From blipsync
At my school chapel; where I am forced to visit periodically, The Reverend recently gave a fairly blunt attack on Richard Dawkins 'The God Delusion'. While I haven't read his book, I had a fair few problems with some of the things with what our minister was saying. At the end of his speech he invited anyone with their own arguments to get back to...
From dragon
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If there was something that you really believed and knew that if acted upon it could save...
From matthewspencer
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for about two years allready, I'm trying to focus on pure shape in my work. basically ignoring...
From raven30412
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I'm making a new book of my work with one model, Ida Mae. I may make books of each model I have...
From ZoeWiseman
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lip liner paradise sandy shoes filled with ice cubes. dumped onto the patio with nowhere...
From blipsync
It has been over two years since i wrote the below. I have since learned that the will is free. Choice is not merely an illusion, a mechanism of the mind for abstracting meaning. Rather, it is (as I describe above in "Metaphysics" a demonstration of value. In time I will write the rebuttal to my argument...
From sightbyvision
 
The Science of Survival: Your Planet Needs You! Is a new hands-on exhibition that take us on a...
From Sofia
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The great (now late) Arthur C. Clarke had a longstanding relationship with Playboy magazine: they...
From Claire L. Evans
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From Andy Gilmore
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Passage Covered partiality Tainted purity
From mohir
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Project:
Branding the Species
watch here THIS MOVIE HAS SOUND!
From _nessa
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From Andy Gilmore
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juxtapose. juxtaposed.
From kyum
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This a nice collection of illustrations of the contemporary mind (my tittle), by David Plunkert and Leigh Wells. The illustrations were published in Time Magazine and other places. Enjoy :-) clipped from www.time.com Illustration for TIME by David Plunkertclipped from folioplanet.comclipped from folioplanet.comclipped from...
From Spaceweaver
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A brilliant new piece of motion-visualization by Semi-Conductor Films. The secret lives of...
From Counterform
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Project:
Branding the Species
The intensive use and reliance of tools is a uniquely human characteristic. The use of tools to assist in accomplishing tasks in the analog, and now as well in digital, contexts have become essential to human existence. Furthermore the tools that we use are a reflection of our actions, our skills, our culture, and most importantly, our identity....
From chaudown
Project:
Branding the Species
So... on the day we didn't have class we went to MOCA for the Lawrence Weiner exhibition. Brandon was the only one that brought a camera so we all used his to take pictures as proof that we were there. We had to be sneaky about it though because there were all these security people standing around. Hopefully there were no security cameras from...
From cyang
Project:
Branding the Species
 
Our teacher made us go to the lawrence weiner exhibit at the MOCA in Los Angeles, and wants us to...
From chaudown
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In the end, the message here is that humans are lazy. We are creatures of convinience. The...
From Chelsea
Project:
Branding the Species
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From iamseannoh
 
A futurist discusses the coming merger of human biology and our technologies, exponential...
From vicente
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I remember when I first saw those big red caterpillar busses in Los Angeles I thought the...
From meganmay
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...and be happy
From ian
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This now, I recall. Is our perception of Time defined by the universe — or by ourselves....
From Stuka
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From 3LSZVJA9
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I wrote this for my Image-Word II (that's how my school calls it but it's mainly about postmodernism and its evolution). It is an essay on how cyberpunk sees our sexual future, how humanity will not cease to exist when we can start to make of machines our "new children" and heritage as they start to be humanly-programmed. I'm sorry it's...
From vico
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There is a lot of hurry these days. On a month, 3 Spanish televisions launch their online clones....
From eyeclipse
From 3LSZVJA9
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