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Jie: Contemporary Art from Taiwan

Tzu-chi Yeh Tzu-chi Yeh, born in Hualien, Taiwan, in 1957 is an internationally well-known painter whose landscapes and detailed still life renderings have earned him much praise. Tzu-chi Yeh studied Fine Arts at the...

Another Country: Homi Bhabha

In researching the work of Homi Bhabha further, I came upon an fascinating documentary which really goes into depth on his legacy both in science and culture. Although the video is long (~25 minutes),...

Lecture: Yasmil Raymond

The process of art defined by Yasmil Raymond is a curious one. She studied art at the Chicago Institute yet has a distinctly West Coast style and mentality about process. when it comes to...

Death and Stillness

In Mulvey’s Death at 24x a Second: Stillness and the Moving Image, there is a great interest in the way in which the moving and still image are related and unrelated. While Mulvey goes into...

Ai Weiwie + Alcatraz

http://www.fastcodesign.com/3036239/in-photos-ai-weiwei-goes-to-alcatraz This cannot be happening. I can’t even believe this. I need to go. Now. Ai Weiwei has transformed the famed prison off the coast of California into a new show for his works....

Postcards from the Future

http://www.london-futures.com/ Easily one of the most jarring and important statements on the hypothetical future of Earth, “Post Cards of the Future” seeks to explore and transmit the damaging effects we as inhabitants are having...

Lecture: Nicholas Muellner

  [Note: Unfortunately, I was unable to attend Nicholas Mueliner’s recent lecture at Cornell University due to an information session held at the same time. In place of my usual lecture write-up, I will...

Devil’s in the details…

Check out http://exercism.io/ – the newest site for learning how to program in a quick and receptive manner. Unlike so many other educational programming services, exercism.io is full of a supportive community of new coders and...

The Language and Light of Film

“Editing is one of the most significant developments in the syntax of cinema because it allows for a departure from the fixed perspective on the scene and for the continuous duration characteristic of theatre. ” (Corrigan 112)...