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Björk: Biophilia

The 2004 Summer Olympiad was an unprecedented event for its host city of Athens. Under the motto “Welcome Home,” 10,625 athletes representing 201 nations competed in 28 distinct sports: a veritable sea of bodies representing the human form at its finest. 2,792 more words

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58th GRAMMYs: Odds for the Rock & Alternative fields

The rock and alternative fields in the GRAMMYs tend to go hand-in-hand. Since there are no performance or songwriters’ awards in the alternative fields, most alternative artists have their songs submitted to rock. 1,274 more words

58th GRAMMYs

Track Listing 2016-02-05 #010

  • BeirutBiloma – X Ray
  • Cheikh Ló – Guiss Guiss

Scandi Segue

  • Roxette – It Must Have Been Love

Provokitty's Pick: Andrew Thomas Huang

Perhaps best known for his work with Björk and the critically acclaimed Solipsist, Andrew Thomas Huang has captivated audiences through his use of 3D animation and CGI in quasi-philosophical works about human connectivity and the organic world. 194 more words


Robot-Me: Affective Machines and Object Relations [Concept Store #1, 2008]

… David was staring out of the window. “Teddy, you know what I was thinking? How do you tell what are real things from what aren’t real things?” The bear shuffled its alternatives. 1,859 more words


Things I loved in 2015: Nos. 15-11

How do you follow up prison planets, drunk horses, West African minimalism, Jonathan Banks in a tollbooth, and BIG WIDE 70MM SUPER CINEMASCOPE? Like this: 883 more words

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