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March 23, 2014 at 10:29pm
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Amazing library archives at the Walker Art Center on Fluxus.

10:58am
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Rick Prelinger’s updated Appropriation Manifesto: contemporary practical thinking in the realm of creative practices. @wattis

Rick Prelinger’s updated Appropriation Manifesto: contemporary practical thinking in the realm of creative practices. @wattis

March 19, 2014 at 7:31pm
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When you least expect it!  It works.

When you least expect it! It works.

7:29pm
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Site research unplanned

Site research unplanned

7:26pm
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Hallway, artwork, and opportunity

Hallway, artwork, and opportunity

February 18, 2014 at 5:30am
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Public space (NY Pub Library)

5:28am
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Dainty graffiti.

Dainty graffiti.

5:26am
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Teenager.

5:22am
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Mid-century cannibalism by Stephanie Syjuco at the Recology Artist Residency show, which could easily be confused for a DWR/Ikea mashup.

5:12am
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All in a spectacular day’s work.

February 9, 2014 at 1:04am
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Whereas the real story of the United States Army’s art experts, and their last-ditch scramble across Europe to find looted masterpieces before the Germans burned them or the Russians stole them, is fascinating. It raises all kinds of thorny issues about how we determine cultural value, whether works of art are more than commodities and the nature of the changed relationship between Europe and America after 1945.

— http://www.salon.com/2014/02/07/george_clooneys_boring_european_vacation/

January 15, 2014 at 8:21am
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Final edit for Walker People Imitating Cats mobile video project

January 7, 2014 at 11:40pm
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Guggenheim seemed a natural fit for Christopher Wool.

11:33pm
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Reblogged from hyperallergic

Video Game Pits Museum Photographer vs. Security Guard

hyperallergic:

I recently considered the question of whether or not viewers should take photographs in art museums. It turns out there’s a video game in the works that makes that question an electronic challenge.

“No Photos, Please!” is the work of someone named…

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Fred Wilson should get a kick out of this.

11:30pm
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Pretty gorgeous exhibition on children’s lit at the NY Public Library. What made it great was the inclusion of Kara Walker. Wish there had been a little more darkness with the light. Wonder if the library wanted them to hold back?