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Cyber Synergy

Sim Street Journal #15 reflects the sparks flying from creative collaborators. With determined openness, complimentary talents, and inspired vision, each combination shares what it takes to stretch. 466 more words

Eleanor Medier

To Divert Awareness and be Part of the Streaming Consciousness

To Divert Awareness and be Part of the Streaming Consciousness

In memory of Artist John Byle (Detroit, USA 1928 – Tel Aviv, Israel 2015)

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Carsten Höller: Decision

It is not often that, as the viewing public, we are encouraged to interact with works of art in a ‘hands on’ way. Yet, all regular museum etiquette is abandoned at Carsten Höller’s latest exhibition at the Hayward Gallery. 672 more words

Art History

AVANT.org presented "Sonic Research" a day of Panels and Performances on Experimental Sound

See this published on SciArt in America June 25, 2015

The fusion of science into art happens organically through music—as music began to integrate newer technologies into its production methods, the genre of electronic sound was born. 1,256 more words


Dance II by Henri Matisse (1910)

In 1907, Pablo Picasso painted Les Demoiselles D’Avignon. In this shocking and aggressively sexual masterpiece, Picasso depicted what he viewed as the reality of human existence after the refined and artificial decorum of 20th century French society had been removed. 471 more words

Art History

Finding Hope Against Hope

Samuel Bak’s new exhibit is a stunning collection of oil paintings in which the letters “H.O.P.E.” appear in various states of prominence and entirety, sometimes hidden amid bits and pieces of broken bottles and pottery, sometimes clearly visible. 790 more words


PEM’s Calder Exhibit a Dance in Slow Motion

Peabody Essex Museum’s exclusive East Coast presentation of “Calder and Abstraction: From Avant-Garde to Iconic” is everything an art exhibit should be. It is welldesigned, sensually pleasing and intellectually stimulating. 451 more words

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