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'Mythological Visions of the Nature of Time' (William Irwin Thompson)

In the post-Pleistocene period the glaciers retreated,

the seashore rose 300 feet,

the tundra turned to forest,

and the great herds disappeared

from Western Europe. 172 more words

Text & Image

Going Native

We’ve all seen it—a newscaster interviewing a “guest” about his/her corporate business. Turns out the interview is a commercial dressed up as news. The practice has become so prevalent, it’s been given a name: native advertising. 348 more words

Written Art

Titus Kaphar: Rewriting History Through Art

Titus Kaphar has been creating a name for himself within the art world for the past several years. The Yale graduate’s interdisciplinary practice attempts to destabilize historical narratives and the art canon through the pieces he makes. 459 more words

Anni Irish

Vital Forces and Lone Entities : Stills

Following my investigations and social experiments in first term, I noted that participants in the large-scale installations took a lot of encouraging, where as people willingly would walk into my studio and play with the piece… 211 more words

Fine Art

Artists Freed meet with Fidel Oyiogu this Friday

Another edition of Artists Freed is coming up tomorrow Friday February 27, 2015.

This edition will feature visual artist Fidel Oyiogu who lives and works in Nigeria full time. 69 more words

Lagos Art Events

Location, location, location

When you first begin a conversation with someone you recently met, what kind of information do you tend to share?  Well, definitely (I hope) your name, maybe what you do, and most likely, where you are from.   1,004 more words

Visual Art

One Caravaggio with a side order of Rothko, please

What if we were to look at a museum like we look at a menu: with the intention of choosing one thing to spend the next 30 minutes (or hours of you are a nice, slow, eater) enjoying.   932 more words

Visual Art