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Memorial Day

The windmill is in Addison County, Vermont, one of those images that are more iconic than anything else. It is along Rte 22A and again one needs to be up and out early to see things. 45 more words

Rural Life

TEXT2SPEECH: contemporary art theory reading group looks at Dor Guez, Israel's national archives and Palestinian artists' documentary tactics - ICA, London

TEXT2SPEECH is a series of reading groups organised by the ICA Student Forum to provide a space for debate around an eclectic range of texts, with each meeting topically responding to a part of the ICA’s current programme. 407 more words

Reviews Of Exhibits - Events - Galleries

Video: Early Days

One of our conference speakers, Dr. Laura Bissell, is involved in this video and we have kind permission from Dr. Bissell and the Contemporary Theatre Review to share it with you all! 28 more words


Zhao Zhao

I felt like I could relate to Zhao’s sculpture as I had been making face casts of myself, but they had been crumbling apart if not handled delicately. 113 more words

Section 2

Monthly Muse:"Poplitically Incorrect"

I love the visual arts. Hell, it’s what I’m studying in undergrad so that’s no real surprise. I’ve always gravitated to art that provokes a strong response, an uncomfortable response, the type of work that creates a commentary on the world around us and provides us with the ugly truth. 376 more words


Music, politics, government: truth procedures and their linkages

It occurs to me now that I haven’t written a blog post for over a month. That’s largely because I have been knuckling down finishing piece for solo piano and tape for Alex Raineri. 1,908 more words