Enrico B
unflavoredwaxedfloss20:

by yuppiehello http://ift.tt/1bK5Ps7
thejogging:

SWOOSH, 2014
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thejogging:

SWOOSH, 2014

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killianflavour:

Only one week left to see “Speculations on Anonymous Materials” at Fridericianum in Kassel!
more on novembre

killianflavour:

Only one week left to see “Speculations on Anonymous Materials” at Fridericianum in Kassel!

more on novembre

sibi: free generative institutional critique game

altcrit:

Roberto Fassone, sibi, 2011-13

sibi IS THE ARTWORK MADE TO MAKE POTENTIAL ARTWORKS. sibi is able to generate 53.597.878.848 set of instructions that the players have to follow in order to produce their work.

sibi will be online for free from february 5th, in coincidence with the opening of the 17th japan media arts festival, for which it has been selected.

Benedict Drew, DRAMATIC ARC, 2012

Benedict Drew, DRAMATIC ARC, 2012

mattiacapelletti:

Daniela Braga by Benjamin Alexander Huseby for Bernadette Corporation, S/S 1997 x PURPLE FASHION n°19, S/S 2013

BC is to fashion what Metahaven is to graphic design, Wu Ming to literature, KLF to music and Claire Fontaine to art. And of course the “discoursive space” of contemporary art comprise them all.
When asked about his thought on retirement, Carsten Höller said to Hans Ulrich Obrist: “After all it is the least bad field you can get!”, but sometimes I ask myself wether art is spoiling these projects’ unhinging and critical potential. Then I look back at art history and answer.
Anyway I love her make-up.

mattiacapelletti:

Daniela Braga by Benjamin Alexander Huseby for Bernadette Corporation, S/S 1997 x PURPLE FASHION n°19, S/S 2013

BC is to fashion what Metahaven is to graphic design, Wu Ming to literature, KLF to music and Claire Fontaine to art. And of course the “discoursive space” of contemporary art comprise them all.

When asked about his thought on retirement, Carsten Höller said to Hans Ulrich Obrist: “After all it is the least bad field you can get!”, but sometimes I ask myself wether art is spoiling these projects’ unhinging and critical potential. Then I look back at art history and answer.

Anyway I love her make-up.

mthvn:

City RisingMetahaven, still from City Rising, 2014, featuring models of “New Babylon” by Constant Nieuwenhuys, courtesy Fondation Constant/Pictoright and Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.

mthvn:

City Rising
Metahaven, still from City Rising, 2014, featuring models of “New Babylon” by Constant Nieuwenhuys, courtesy Fondation Constant/Pictoright and Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.

paglen:

Saw this patch for the X-37, the Air Force’s secret “space plane.” Interesting that eyes are depicted, perhaps suggesting an optical mission for the mysterious spacecraft. Also heard a rumor that a model of the X-37 installed at US Space Command hangs upside-town, with a telescope protruding from its payload bay. Hrm…..

paglen:

Saw this patch for the X-37, the Air Force’s secret “space plane.” Interesting that eyes are depicted, perhaps suggesting an optical mission for the mysterious spacecraft. Also heard a rumor that a model of the X-37 installed at US Space Command hangs upside-town, with a telescope protruding from its payload bay. Hrm…..

new-aesthetic:

Twitter / pourmecoffee: ”Djibouti migrants try to capture cheap cell signals from Somalia to call relatives” (Photo: John Stanmeyer/@NatGeo) 
Update: original source at National Geographic, via Timo - Photo taken as part of the "Out of Eden Walk" series.

Dennis Dimick, Executive Editor, Environment:
"Standing as if waiting for signals from another world, these men on the Djibouti shores hope for a faint cellphone signal from neighboring Somalia. The power of this picture speaks to our enduring quest to explore—to connect with each other wherever we go—despite facing often daunting obstacles as we roam across the Earth. We are not alone. We are all connected, or try to be."
Elena Sheveiko, Photo Coordinator:
"As it happens, I’ve worked with John Stanmeyer since his first ever story in National Geographic. And each story had an image that touched a hidden string in my soul. Years later, I still hear the sound. This picture from “To Walk the World” is one of them. It makes me want so much for everybody desperately trying to connect with others, to be heard and hear back from loved ones."

new-aesthetic:

Twitter / pourmecoffee: ”Djibouti migrants try to capture cheap cell signals from Somalia to call relatives” (Photo: John Stanmeyer/@NatGeo) 

Update: original source at National Geographic, via Timo - Photo taken as part of the "Out of Eden Walk" series.

Dennis Dimick, Executive Editor, Environment:

"Standing as if waiting for signals from another world, these men on the Djibouti shores hope for a faint cellphone signal from neighboring Somalia. The power of this picture speaks to our enduring quest to explore—to connect with each other wherever we go—despite facing often daunting obstacles as we roam across the Earth. We are not alone. We are all connected, or try to be."

Elena Sheveiko, Photo Coordinator:

"As it happens, I’ve worked with John Stanmeyer since his first ever story in National Geographic. And each story had an image that touched a hidden string in my soul. Years later, I still hear the sound. This picture from “To Walk the World” is one of them. It makes me want so much for everybody desperately trying to connect with others, to be heard and hear back from loved ones."

new-aesthetic:

Aetrex GPS Shoe, Powered By BrickHouse Security (Velcro Version)

With a built-in GPS tracker, these shoes take the worry out of leaving an elderly relative or anyone suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s alone or with a caregiver. Through BrickHouse Security’s exclusive, user-friendly GPS platform, you’ll be alerted instantly via text or email the moment your loved one exits her home. The shoes can be set to report location every 10 or 30 minutes and, for the first time ever, you can pinpoint the people in your care’s location instantly on demand, right from your tablet, PC or smartphone. The reliable, rechargeable battery lasts for three days on a single charge under normal usage.

new-aesthetic:

Aetrex GPS Shoe, Powered By BrickHouse Security (Velcro Version)

With a built-in GPS tracker, these shoes take the worry out of leaving an elderly relative or anyone suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s alone or with a caregiver. Through BrickHouse Security’s exclusive, user-friendly GPS platform, you’ll be alerted instantly via text or email the moment your loved one exits her home. The shoes can be set to report location every 10 or 30 minutes and, for the first time ever, you can pinpoint the people in your care’s location instantly on demand, right from your tablet, PC or smartphone. The reliable, rechargeable battery lasts for three days on a single charge under normal usage.