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Session 03: What is Art?


Coordinator: Mercedes

What are the distinguishing features of art and literature? What distinguishes them from everday objects, activities, and uses of speech? Can anything be art? 131 more words

Day One Hundred and Fifty: Bird Dropping

Lucky for some, so they say, but like all mess, it descends seemingly from on high and spreads all over the perfection we thought we had. 71 more words


Fish Chowder

My company recently went on a fishing trip, and I came home with some Pollock. I immediately had to go away for a bit, so I left it in the freezer for a while. 224 more words

30 Minutes Or Less

Trondheim and on to the Civil Engineer's dream - The Atlantic Road

23 August
Wow, another day bites the dust, but it is Saturday, so we sleep in a bit, get up and find that the buses into Tron-yum (Trondheim) only go every 2 hours on a Saturday, so we do our business including a clothes wash and head for the bus which is a 15 minute walk up past the neighbouring field. 754 more words

This is… A Major New Art Monograph Series

The This is… series by Catherine Ingram and published by Laurence King is a radical rethinking of the common idea of the contemporary artists”biography’.

Forget all the boring and well-renowned ideas of historical and chronological biography because these new publications are innovative, highly visual and definitely more engaging. 224 more words


Best Thai on Upper Street - Isarn

We popped down to Angel to watch Inbetweeners 2, which was a bit of a disappointment. Some funny parts as expected but the storyline was lacking, would have been much better if it was based on their University experiences rather than Gap Yah! 254 more words


The Acquisition of Axeda Makes Things Work for PTC

On July 23, 2014, PTC, the Needham, Massachusetts-based provider of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Service Lifecycle Management (SLM) and related offerings announced that it had signed a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held… 2,518 more words