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Wilder Being: destruction and creation in the littoral zone

Wilder Being brings together  archaeologists, artists, environmental scientists and members of the community to explore an archaeological site (Pool, Sanday, Orkney) which is eroding into the sea with innovative and experimental field practice.  117 more words

Contemporary Archaeology

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On the Trail: A Walk into the Unknown

National Geographic together with The North Face are on an expedition to find the highest peak in southeast Asia. A group of six seasoned adventurers are traveling primarily on foot with some boat and motorcycle assistance deep into the jungle on a trip that will require two weeks of unsupported hiking and travel in each direction. 148 more words


MARK JENKINS : au service de #lacroixrouge française et l’agence #rapp

Si les reconversions pour les street artistes dans la publicité sont souvent décriées, l’américain Mark Jenkins fait la différence en proposant une œuvre tant puissante que délicate en participant à la campagne de la croix sur la sensibilisation du grand public à la perte d’autonomie des personnes âgées. 82 more words


Tape Sculptures by Mark Jenkins

Visual american artist Mark Jenkins (44) creates provocative, balance-challenging installation sculptures and then places them in real-world contexts. From Winston-Salem to  Moscow to the bustling streets of Barcelona, Jenkins has certainly made a  name for himself with his distinct approach to public art.

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Streets: Paris Nuit Blanche 2014 – Part 3

For the last instalment of our Nuit Blanche  coverage  in Paris dedicated to Street Art, Swoon covered the walls of former Massena train station. The installation refers to the Motherhood theme, and her intricate lace paper cut-outs highlight the fragility and beauty of life. 92 more words


Pump Prices Falling

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – With the end of the summer road trip season, we’re seeing cheaper prices at the pump.

Throughout September, Florida gas prices averaged $3.32, which was 14 cents cheaper than last year, and 46 cents less expensive than 2012, according to AAA. 205 more words