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"Dean reads Natasha Stagg’s new essay collection Sleeveless and Fiona Duncan’s debut novel Exquisite Mariposa and begins to understand the _...Read More_
"Dean reads Natasha Stagg’s new essay collection Sleeveless and Fiona Duncan’s debut novel Exquisite Mariposa and begins to understand the _...Read More_
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"Why “planetary computing” and “data-driven governance” will not solve the world’s problems."
"Why “planetary computing” and “data-driven governance” will not solve the world’s problems."
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Following Mexico’s Supreme Court ruling to decriminalize abortion, feminists in the country continue to help people access care. Their work can serve as a model _...Read More_
Following Mexico’s Supreme Court ruling to decriminalize abortion, feminists in the country continue to help people access care. Their work can serve as a model _...Read More_
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"Augmented reality (AR) is built on the back of computer vision. Its specific domain is called image processing, and the machines (and the corporations that own them) are learning to analyse the landscapes of our faces at breakneck _...Read More_
"Augmented reality (AR) is built on the back of computer vision. Its specific domain is called image processing, and the machines (and the corporations that own them) are learning to analyse the landscapes of our faces at breakneck _...Read More_
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"There was a time when we were part of nature, but since we began to see ourselves as individuals, we have become compelled to be the creative creator of ourselves."
"There was a time when we were part of nature, but since we began to see ourselves as individuals, we have become compelled to be the creative creator of ourselves."
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>"Now returning for a third series, the hit show is part of a wave of film and TV subverting preconceptions about the men who commit _...Read More_
>"Now returning for a third series, the hit show is part of a wave of film and TV subverting preconceptions about the men who commit _...Read More_
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"Like many industries, fashion is very good on the talk about sustainability, but its actions register on mumble volume. where we buy our clothes still trumps what it is we are wearing. but before putting on a coat of gloom, there is a new _...Read More_
"Like many industries, fashion is very good on the talk about sustainability, but its actions register on mumble volume. where we buy our clothes still trumps what it is we are wearing. but before putting on a coat of gloom, there is a new _...Read More_
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"Lack of access to physical galleries opened people’s eyes to digital possibilities. Will they revolutionize how we interact with art—or just be a placebo?"
"Lack of access to physical galleries opened people’s eyes to digital possibilities. Will they revolutionize how we interact with art—or just be a placebo?"
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'Cameron Tonkinwise has been one of the most outspoken voices at the crossroad between design theory and continental philosophy. Francesco Degl’Innocenti virtually sat down with him for an informal conversation on the paradoxical state of _...Read More_
'Cameron Tonkinwise has been one of the most outspoken voices at the crossroad between design theory and continental philosophy. Francesco Degl’Innocenti virtually sat down with him for an informal conversation on the paradoxical state of _...Read More_
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When humans invent things, for the first 30 years they call those things ‘technology’. Then, when it’s successful, they begin to call them ‘infrastructure’. But the transformation of technology into infrastructure is a cultural moment in _...Read More_
When humans invent things, for the first 30 years they call those things ‘technology’. Then, when it’s successful, they begin to call them ‘infrastructure’. But the transformation of technology into infrastructure is a cultural moment in _...Read More_
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"Making art requires wrestling with ghosts. They’re inescapable. Specters of the artist’s heroes loom invisibly from some great beyond, peering at the scribbles or dances or paintings. Traces of every person who’s ever praised or criticized _...Read More_
"Making art requires wrestling with ghosts. They’re inescapable. Specters of the artist’s heroes loom invisibly from some great beyond, peering at the scribbles or dances or paintings. Traces of every person who’s ever praised or criticized _...Read More_
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>"Colours of My Body, the photographer’s latest exhibition, uses her physical form as a canvas for exploring colour and energy"
>"Colours of My Body, the photographer’s latest exhibition, uses her physical form as a canvas for exploring colour and energy"
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>"The artist’s approach to the Black female form is rich with pleasure, but also looks beyond it."
>"The artist’s approach to the Black female form is rich with pleasure, but also looks beyond it."
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Eve Livingston’s new book, Make Bosses Pay, aims to get young people connected to unions and to push unions to engage more with the working class as it is today: _...Read More_
Eve Livingston’s new book, Make Bosses Pay, aims to get young people connected to unions and to push unions to engage more with the working class as it is today: _...Read More_