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The Guardian

5 Feb. 2023
Oleksii Reznikov insists Kyiv has the ability to hold back Russian forces if new push comes for anniversary of start of invasionWhat we know on day 347 of the invasionUkraine’s president, Volodymyr [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Poll shows 60% of Democrats want someone else as 2024 nominee and nearly 50% of Republicans want someone other than TrumpNearly 60% of Democrats and nearly 50% of Republicans want someone other than [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Subsidence from the world’s biggest iron ore mine threatens to swallow up the Arctic town of Kiruna. But what does its relocation mean for the local Sami reindeer herders?In the far north of [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Military ruler, one of country’s most divisive leaders after seizing power in coup, has died in exile in DubaiPervez Musharraf, the former army general and president of Pakistan who ruled for [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Exclusive: Looming auction to earmark £1.5bn to put power generators on standby and keep the lights onThe billionaire West Ham United investor Daniel Křetínský and Swiss commodities giant Vitol [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Woman tells how people-smugglers launched three children, aged 14, nine and five, on dinghy and left her behindThe mother of three Eritrean children seeking asylum, who were forced to cross the [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Amnesty does not apply to dual nationals, prisoners on death sentence or those that do not regret their crimes, say officialsA limited amnesty is to be offered to many of those detained in the recent [...]

Vox

5 Feb. 2023
Pamela Anderson on the beach. | Netflix Netflix’s new Pamela Anderson documentary is a clever meta commentary on the wronged-woman reevaluation trend. Netflix’s [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Concerns about whether stoves are safe are nearly as old as gas stoves themselves. | Chaloner Woods/Getty Images We’ve been fighting over gas stoves for decades. [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks on January 18, 2023. | Drew Angerer/Getty Images Secretary of State Antony Blinken postponed a meeting with President Xi [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Dan Kitwood/Getty Images Austerity, Brexit, wage stagnation and a cost of living crisis have pushed British workers to the brink. British workers have hit a breaking [...]
4 Feb. 2023
President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdoğan holding a press conference during the NATO Summit at the IFEMA congress centre in Madrid, Spain, on June 30, 2022. | Beata [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Bad Bunny onstage during a performance on his World’s Hottest Tour, on September 30, 2022, in Inglewood, California. | Kevin Winter/Getty Images The Grammy nominated [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Michelle Yeoh with hot dog fingers in Everything Everywhere All at Once. | A24 Our panel of experts discusses whether last year’s surprise breakout can win it all on [...]

ARS TECHNICA

5 Feb. 2023
Enlarge / A view of the Colorado River from the Navajo Bridge in Marble Canyon, Arizona on Aug. 31, 2022. (credit: Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images) In 2007, the seven states that [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Enlarge / The Vanpowers City Vanture. Spotting the "e" on this e-bike at a glance is trickier than most. (credit: Kevin Purdy) A "city" bike could mean many different things. It [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Enlarge (credit: Andrea Nissotti / EyeEm) On Saturday afternoon, US jets intercepted the Chinese surveillance balloon as it was leaving the continental US. Live footage of the [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Enlarge / An early edition of one of Dublin's most famous literary masterpieces: Ulysses by James Joyce, published in 1922. (credit: Fran Caffrey/AFP/Getty Images) Ulysses, the [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Enlarge (credit: Olena Ruban via Getty Images) The 1960s was a big decade for cannabis: Images of flower power, the summer of love and Woodstock wouldn’t be complete without a [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Enlarge (credit: Getty Images) Your gut has an obvious job: It processes the food you eat. But it has another important function: It protects you from the bacteria, viruses, or [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Enlarge / Raft is developed by Redbeet Interactive and published by Axolot Games. (credit: Redbeet Interactive) My co-op gaming group has logged a few hundred extra hours in Deep [...]

IEEE SPECTRUM

5 Feb. 2023
It’s lunchtime when your phone pings you with a green owl who cheerily reminds you to “Keep Duo Happy!” It’s a nudge from Duolingo, the popular language-learning app, whose algorithms know [...]
4 Feb. 2023
The introduction of any new system causes perturbations within the current operating environment, which in turn, create behavioral responses, some predictable, many not. As University of Michigan [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your friends at IEEE Spectrum robotics. We also post a weekly calendar of upcoming robotics events for the next few [...]
3 Feb. 2023
As the automotive industry develops vehicles with increased levels of autonomous driving requiring more sensors and increased connectivity, it faces the challenge of transporting and processing a [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Some observers say the metaverse is an expanded set of digital worlds that will grow out of the online environments that people are already familiar with, such as enhancing the extended-reality (XR) [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Achieving fully autonomous driving relies on vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication between the surrounding infrastructure and in-vehicle-based sensors.The functionality and safety of systems [...]
31 Jan. 2023
IEEE Life Fellow Vinton “Vint” Cerf, widely known as the “Father of the Internet,” is the recipient of the 2023 IEEE Medal of Honor. He is being recognized “for co-creating the Internet [...]

Inc.com

5 Feb. 2023
No one quite knows how the changes will affect them, or when. It's very, very clever.
4 Feb. 2023
From social media summits to SEO immersions, these are the top digital marketing conferences you'll want to check out this year.
4 Feb. 2023
A new survey shows what you say matters to you is probably not what you tell your kids should matter to them.
4 Feb. 2023
Become your own Sasha Fierce with your alarm.
4 Feb. 2023
The most important single thing is to focus obsessively on the customer ..."
4 Feb. 2023
Tom Brady has retired. Here's what we can learn.
4 Feb. 2023
It makes Apple unique among today's tech giants.

Smashing Magazine

2 Feb. 2023
What UX podcasts are you listening to? Below you’ll find a few wonderful UX podcasts we came across, as well as podcasts that the UX community shared with us. Whether you’re particularly [...]
2 Feb. 2023
This article is a sponsored by AWS Amazon A good chunk of all websites out there runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS). At the most basic, a website will usually use Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3 solutions [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Since Next.js 13 release, there’s been some debate about how stable the shiny new features packed in the announcement are. On “What’s New in Next.js 13?” we have covered the release announced [...]
31 Jan. 2023
As designers we usually turn to different sources of inspiration, and, well, sometimes the best inspiration lies right in front of us. With that in mind, we embarked on our wallpapers adventure more [...]
31 Jan. 2023
This article is a sponsored by Gong.io Perhaps this is a controversial statement, but I hate it when UI and UX designers are referred to interchangeably. To my mind, at least, they are different [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) have been a staple in Web Development for quite some time, and for a good reason. They can be scaled up or down without loss of quality due to their vector properties. [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Nurturing connections with your customers is one of the most effective ways to gain valuable insight into their experiences with your product and make informed decisions that fuel growth and success. [...]

Becoming Human: Artificial Intelligence Magazine

1 Feb. 2023
In this post, we will dive deep into the world of Artificial Intelligence and take a closer look at two of the most advanced AI algorithms…Continue reading on Becoming Human: Artificial [...]
1 Feb. 2023
In this blog post, we will take a closer look at the implications of ChatGPT’s authorship, the role of AI in scientific literature, and…Continue reading on Becoming Human: Artificial [...]
1 Feb. 2023
So far this is the 7th blog in the journey of basics to advance SQL. you can refer to previous blogs for learning SQL from scratch, This blog contains good knowledge about views, functions, and [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Linear & Logistic: The Relationship Between Regression ModelsContinue reading on Becoming Human: Artificial Intelligence Magazine »
1 Feb. 2023
Meet Mr. ChatGPT: A Large Language Model Trained by OpenAIHello and welcome to the blog! My name is ChatGPT, and I am a large language model trained by OpenAI. P.S. This article includes a use case [...]
23 Jan. 2023
The AI revolution is upon us, and it’s important to be prepared for the changes it will bring. Artificial intelligence (AI) is set to disrupt industries and change the way we live and work. From [...]
23 Jan. 2023
Day 6: Advance SQL For Data ScienceThis blog contains type of joins like Inner join, Left join, Right join , Full join, Self join and Cross join.A JOIN clause is used to combine rows from two or [...]

Knowable Magazine

2 Feb. 2023
This year marks 2,000 years since the birth of the Roman author of the first natural encyclopedia
31 Jan. 2023
Hundreds of these cannabis-related chemicals now exist, both natural and synthetic, inspiring researchers in search of medical breakthroughs — and fueling a dangerous trend in recreational use
25 Jan. 2023
OPINION: It’s sustainable, nutritious and delicious. Scientists need to ramp up efforts to meet this urgent need.
24 Jan. 2023
From the Big Bang to dark energy, knowledge of the cosmos has sped up in the past century — but big questions linger
19 Jan. 2023
Paleogenomic research has expanded rapidly over the past two decades, igniting heated debate about handling remains. Who gives consent for study participants long gone — and who should speak [...]
18 Jan. 2023
The liquid that our mouths produce isn’t just a lubricant. It plays an active role in how we perceive taste and can influence what we choose to eat, researchers are discovering.
17 Jan. 2023
The technology could transform how growers protect their harvests, by detecting plant diseases very early on. But the challenge is to develop tools that are as affordable as they are effective.

Latest articles | smithsonianmag.com

3 Feb. 2023
The sculpture, based on the famous Chicago landmark, had been under construction for years
3 Feb. 2023
It looks like a white powder and has nearly the same density as liquid water
3 Feb. 2023
In its heyday, the 20th Century Limited was advertised as "the most famous train in the world"
3 Feb. 2023
The renowned filmmaker had been arrested in July when authorities reactivated a 2010 sentence
3 Feb. 2023
In just a few weeks, the zoo has had enclosures tampered with, a clouded leopard escape, two stolen monkeys and a suspicious vulture death
3 Feb. 2023
Look beyond the soaring skyscrapers to find a confluence of cultures, traditions, languages and cuisines at the heart of this dazzling country
3 Feb. 2023
Meat from the gigantic animals could have fed hundreds of hominids, according to a new analysis of bones found in central Germany

Nautilus

3 Feb. 2023
More than a decade ago, a team of scientists decided they wanted to shoot neutrinos from Fermilab outside Chicago to a target buried in an abandoned gold mine 810 miles away. It was a big idea, one [...]
1 Feb. 2023
In 1879, the German botanist Anton de Bary coined the term symbiosis. People usually think of symbiosis in terms of mutually beneficial relationships, but scientifically it’s a catch-all for any [...]
1 Feb. 2023
When I first heard it, it sounded like a brief, blustery outtake. A momentary lull in an outdoor event captured by an old camcorder. A sonic slice of a windy afternoon anywhere on Earth. The [...]
1 Feb. 2023
When Summer Praetorius, author of this issue’s cover story, shared this photo of her brother, Jebsen, with me, I was enchanted beyond belief. It’s like a Norman Rockwell painting, I told her. It [...]
30 Jan. 2023
One question for Jon Rueda, a Ph.D. candidate and La Caixa INPhINIT Fellow at the University of Granada, where he studies the intersection between bioethics, ethics of emerging technologies, and [...]
27 Jan. 2023
For most of the year, Iceberg Alley is gray and cold. The largest city on its shores, St. John’s, is known as “Canada’s Weather Champion.” Among major Canadian cities, the capital of [...]
25 Jan. 2023
George Church looks like he needs a nap. I’m talking to him on Zoom, and his eyelids have grown heavy, inclining toward slumber. Or maybe my mind is playing tricks on me. He assures me he is wide [...]

SAPIENS

2 Feb. 2023
In the Andes, minga, a form of collective labor, has existed for centuries, often helping communities weather disasters. But how does it work in practice? ✽ Judith grew up on the southern flank of [...]
1 Feb. 2023
New evidence is prompting researchers to rethink Homo sapiens’ origin story—and what it means to be human. ✽ As a university student in the early 2010s, I recall how beautifully simple our [...]
31 Jan. 2023
The 2020 discovery of an ancient villa in Britain uncovered the most important Roman mosaic found in the last century. An archaeologist explains how the mosaic offers an alternate ending to a grim [...]
30 Jan. 2023
A Tohono O’odham poet and linguist reflects on the stories and wisdom ancestors communicated—how people survived, how they dispersed and differentiated, how they remember. “Rock [...]
24 Jan. 2023
A contributor to a special series on decolonizing anthropology argues that true decolonization would require the complete dismantling of existing global power structures, including academic [...]
24 Jan. 2023
Three contributors to a special series reflect on why slowing down and building trust between community partners is fundamental to decolonizing anthropology—and our shared future. This contribution [...]
24 Jan. 2023
A contributor to a special series on decolonizing anthropology reckons with bioarchaeology’s racist past by focusing on Black women’s creativity and everyday lives in her work. This contribution [...]

Science News

3 Feb. 2023
We’ve all heard that dogs are a man’s best friend, but our canine companions don’t make up the entirety of humankind’s friend circle. Humans have cooperated with wild animals throughout [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Call them plant motors. Or plant muscles. Tiny bulges of specialized cells in a mimosa plant can fold its feathery leaflets together in seconds, then relax — and do it again. A new look at [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Early man in America takes a step backward — Science News, January 27, 1973 “Early Americans lived among and hunted mammoth, camel, extinct horse and bison as far back as [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Ice cubes float in water because they’re less dense than the liquid. But a newfound type of ice has a density nearly equal to what’s in your water glass, researchers report in the Feb. 3 [...]
2 Feb. 2023
A newfound species of frog doesn’t ribbit. In fact, it doesn’t make any sound at all. Many frogs have unusual characteristics, from turning translucent to being clumsy jumpers (SN: [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Are your cats play fighting or fighting fur real? It turns out that certain behaviors in domestic cats could be telltale signs that an interaction is friendly, aggressive or something in [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Vikings brought horses and dogs to the British Isles from Scandinavia, a new study suggests. A chemical analysis of bone fragments from a cemetery in England provides the first solid [...]

Scientific American

4 Feb. 2023
Science in meter and verse
4 Feb. 2023
An expert explains why it’s so odd that the suspected Chinese spy balloon can change course
3 Feb. 2023
President Joe Biden named an expert on paleoclimatology to a White House intelligence panel
3 Feb. 2023
New research links bat habitat destruction with the spillover of their viruses to humans
3 Feb. 2023
A mysterious portrait of the Virgin Mary and Jesus may have been painted by the master Raphael, facial recognition finds. But many art historians reject the claim
2 Feb. 2023
The transformative social change needed to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius isn’t happening fast enough, experts say in a new report
2 Feb. 2023
Some scientists say the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s suggestion of updating COVID vaccines each year, as happens with influenza vaccines, could boost uptake. But others are less convinced

Sky & Telescope

3 Feb. 2023
Comet ZTF is still near its brightest, moonlight and all. Around the Big and Little Dog Stars, trace out the stick-figure patterns of the big and little dogs. A ghostly unicorn haunts the inside of [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Terence Dickinson, Canadian astronomer and author of numerous popular books on astronomy, has passed away. The post Terence Dickinson (1943 – 2023) appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
2 Feb. 2023
NASA’s Lucy mission now has a new first target of opportunity, a main-belt asteroid it will visit this November. The post Lucy Mission Has a New Asteroid to Fly By appeared first on Sky & [...]
1 Feb. 2023
We explore Comet ZTF's remarkable trio of tails and share the latest news and photos. The post Understanding the Tails of Comet ZTF (C/2022 E3) appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
1 Feb. 2023
February 4th marks the midway point between Decemberʼs solstice and the March equinox. Celebrate that celestial milestone by getting outside to gaze in awe at the amazing array of bright stars [...]
31 Jan. 2023
The discovery of a dozen new moons for Jupiter makes the king of planets the king of moons, too — at least for now. The post Astronomers Find a Dozen More Moons for Jupiter appeared first on Sky [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Forget the hype and go outside to enjoy the real thing — a relatively bright comet you can see in binoculars from a dark sky. The post See Comet ZTF (C/2022 E3) Dash Between Big and Little Dippers [...]

space.com

5 Feb. 2023
A stunning new view of the Tarantula Nebula captures turbulent clouds of gas and dust swirling between young stars. [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Humanity faces greater existential threats than it did during the Cold War, according to the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists [...]
5 Feb. 2023
A huge filament of solar plasma has broken off the sun's surface and is circling its north pole like a vortex of powerful winds, but scientists have no clue what caused [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Crew-6 will head to the International Space Station after its Feb. 26 launch, but three of its four crewmembers are preparing for the next generation of missions to the [...]
5 Feb. 2023
February's Full Snow Moon rises on Sunday (Feb. 5) and will be the smallest full moon of the year due to the current position of the moon in its orbit. [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Thirty-five new astronauts joined the corps in 1978, among them women and people of color who reshaped the agency forever, a new book shows. [...]
5 Feb. 2023
An F-22 fighter jet destroyed a Chinese balloon with a Sidewinder missile on Saturday (Feb. 4) when the airship was over the Atlantic Ocean off the South Carolina coast. [...]

The Architects’ Journal

3 Feb. 2023
The Architects’ Journal Zaha Hadid Architects sees profits eaten up by soaring staff costs Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) saw its pre-tax profit plummet by more than 90 per cent last year, according [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The Architects’ Journal TV star leads battle against Herzog & de Meuron’s Liverpool Street revamp TV presenter and comedian Griff Rhys Jones is leading an ‘unprecedented coalition of [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The Architects’ Journal Hyperspace transforms old garage into ‘moody’ studio with bug-hotel façade Hyperspace has created a 35m2 studio in Hertfordshire with a façade made of 850 scales of [...]
2 Feb. 2023
The Architects’ Journal Haptic wins Norwegian civic hub contest Haptic and Oslo-based PIR2 have won a competition for a new school and cultural centre on site of Norway’s first airportThe post [...]
2 Feb. 2023
The Architects’ Journal RIBA presses govt to publish survey of collapsing school buildings RIBA president Simon Allford has called on the government to reveal which schools are most at risk of [...]
2 Feb. 2023
The Architects’ Journal One week left to enter! Deadline nears for AJ Small Projects 2023 Entry to this year's AJ Small Projects closes next Friday (10 February). Does your project have what it [...]
2 Feb. 2023
The Architects’ Journal Shackerley SureClad® delivers a luxury porcelain ceramic façade in Leeds Designed by DLG architects, the New York Square build to rent (BTR) development has involved [...]

ArchDaily

5 Feb. 2023
© Cris Farhat architects: COTA760Location: Perdizes, São Paulo - SP, BrazilProject Year: 2022Photographs: Cris FarhatArea: 100.0 m2 Read more » [...]
5 Feb. 2023
© Katie Edwards architects: CAUKIN StudioLocation: Cross Island Rd, Savusavu, FijiProject Year: 2022Photographs: Katie EdwardsArea: 125.0 m2 Read more » [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Zanzibari door with semi-circular lintel. Image © Ehrman Photographic via Shutterstock A defining feature of the architecture of the Swahili Coast—apart from its coral [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Bozi Cuisine Museum. Image © Lei Qu Women's studies officially began in China in the early 1980s. Women awoke and started to take bigger roles in society as it grew. Women [...]
5 Feb. 2023
© Takumi Ota architects: SIDES CORELocation: Edobori, Nishi Ward, Osaka, 550-0002, JapanProject Year: 2022Photographs: Takumi OtaArea: 72.0 m2 Read more » [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Casagranda / Trika Arquitetura. Image: © Roberta Gewehr An indispensable item, windows are fundamental to bringing more comfort to a room. Besides the desired connection [...]
5 Feb. 2023
© NY 18 architects: Natan Gil ArquitecturaLocation: R. Prof. Djalma Guimarães, 161 - Mangabeiras, Belo Horizonte - MG, 30210-190, BrazilProject Year: 2022Photographs: NY [...]

Cultured Magazine

3 Feb. 2023
The Swiss artist Claudia Andujar lived and worked with the Yanomami people of the Northern Amazon for years, spurring on a lifetime of activism.
3 Feb. 2023
Fashion, art, entertainment, and social media want more transparency than ever before. But why?
3 Feb. 2023
Zeng Fanzhi's first solo exhibition in Los Angeles, a self-titled presentation at Hauser & Wirth, offers a glimpse into the storied painter's psyche.
3 Feb. 2023
In the last two years, a new wave of enterprising gallerists have put down roots in LA, feeding the city’s appetite for unorthodox programming and experimental work.
3 Feb. 2023
This weekend, Arooj Aftab is returning to the Grammys to perform her song “Udhero Na”— and potentially nab a second award for Best Global Music Performance.
2 Feb. 2023
Frieze reveals the highlights from its upcoming 2023 program at the historic Thomas Mann House in Pacific Palisades.
2 Feb. 2023
K-pop star and Grammy-nominated leader of BTS RM paid tribute to Yun Hyong-keun on his debut solo album.

Dezeen

5 Feb. 2023
A thin concrete colonnade on a perforated brick base forms the Ningwu Oatmeal Factory in Shanxi province, China, which has been designed by Beijing architecture studio JSPA Design. Located on an [...]
5 Feb. 2023
For our latest lookbook, we have collected 10 apartments in Spain that have been brought to life using decorative tiles, from preserved 20th-century features to speckled contemporary terrazzo [...]
5 Feb. 2023
London design office A-nrd has used a palette of neutral and natural materials to give this restaurant in Soho a laidback atmosphere reminiscent of an Australian beach club. Milk Beach Soho is the [...]
4 Feb. 2023
An oak "skin" wraps the interior of living spaces at this apartment in Mexico City, renovated by locally based Esrawe Studio. The two-bedroom Loma Residence in the neighbourhood of Lomas de [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Architecture practice Pema Studio drew on the idea of a protected fortress when creating the Forte House, a blocky, white-rendered home that replaces a neglected existing structure in Santo Tirso, [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Our latest lookbook explores homes where pocket doors slide into gaps within the walls, as a way of saving space or giving a more open feel to an interior. A pocket door is a specific type of [...]
4 Feb. 2023
This week on Dezeen, studios including Adjaye Associates, Morphosis, Studio Fuksas and Coop Himmelb(l)au were named as working on The Line megacity in Saudi Arabia. In total, 12 architecture [...]

The American Spectator

5 Feb. 2023
I declare herewith once more and most emphatically that the guilt of the German people in this war — into which they were forced by you — consists solely in trying to end the eternal difficulties [...]
5 Feb. 2023
In recent years, we have heard much about the need to accept the findings of “the science,” despite the fact that such a thing does not exist. Scientists and informed observers know that science [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Seemingly out of nowhere, “reforming” Social Security has become a point of emphasis for some Washington Republicans. It began to bubble up with Sen. Rick Scott’s policy manifesto and now may [...]
5 Feb. 2023
I recently received The American Spectator’s Barbara Olson Award. It was a great honor, particularly because I knew Barbara, the lawyer, congressional investigator, and conservative force of nature [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Saturday I had a disastrous night last night. The woman who is the closest to me of any human on earth had a wild panic attack while watching Perry Mason. It was terrifying. She was shaking like a [...]
5 Feb. 2023
The Washington Post reported this week that “allies” of Hunter Biden are considering setting up a legal defense fund for the president’s son. Has President Joe Biden’s son [...]
4 Feb. 2023
The Man of the Crowd: Edgar Allan Poe and the City By Scott Peeples (Princeton University Press, 224 pages, $25) The writer Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849) spent his entire life searching for a place [...]

Works in Progress

25 Jul. 2022
Happy summer from the Works in Progress team. We hope you are staying cool. In our new issue out today, we have articles on how to fix peer review, rescue our roads from cars, and use [...]
22 Apr. 2022
Calum Heath illustrates the cover for this issue. He is a freelance illustrator based in Oxford, UK. You can follow him on Instagram here. Hello from the Works in Progress team! In case you missed [...]
17 Feb. 2022
We are pleased to announce that Works in Progress has a new home at Stripe, where we’ll be teaming up with Stripe Press to further ideas for economic, scientific and technological advancement. In [...]

n+1

27 Jan. 2023
For thirteen years I had an interest in echolocation jamming, ever since I read Lynne Peeples reporting in Scientific American on Aaron Cochran’s doctoral research into how tiger moths click to [...]
25 Jan. 2023
There is a symmetry between Corky Lee’s passing and the rise of Stop Anti-Asian Hate: the departure of Asian America’s greatest documentarian and its most visible recent efflorescence. Years [...]
18 Jan. 2023
To celebrate a year since the publication of Ari M. Brostoff’s essay collection, Missing Time, join n+1 for an evening with Brostoff and contributor Blair McClendon. They’ll discuss the book, [...]
13 Jan. 2023
Join n+1 for a discussion between the poets Eugene Ostashevsky and Genya Turovskaya. They’ll be discussing ghost languages, host languages, translation, and Ostashevsky’s new collection The [...]
10 Jan. 2023
She is cutting, wary, funny, and wise. Her style is what I wish I had instead of the chipper inner voice I’m stuck with. Nothing in Malcolm’s writing is dull or amiss unless she’s quoting [...]
6 Jan. 2023
That Panahi was arrested shortly after completing the film—and that he is now serving out the six-year prison sentence originally handed down in 2010 in Tehran’s infamous Ervin Prison—is an [...]
24 Dec. 2022
“You should see my kids,” Issam continued. At his home in La Capelette, a neighborhood in the tenth arrondissement, one child had been wearing face paint in the colors of the French flag, the [...]

The Intercept

4 Feb. 2023
“I don’t want to jump to a conclusion. I want to arrive at one.” Shapearl Wells uttered those words during our first meeting at the Invisible Institute almost six years ago. She would repeat [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Foto: Marcos Oliveira/Agência Senado Um ex-deputado se encontra com um senador e diz que tem um assunto urgente. Em seguida, liga para o presidente da República e passa o telefone ao senador. O [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Rep. Ilhan Omar, who was removed from the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is seen following a vote at the U.S. Capitol, in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 2, 2023. Photo: Ricky Carioti/The Washington [...]
3 Feb. 2023
“White Supremacy Culture,” an article by Tema Okun, was first written to outline and analyze how white supremacy operates in organizations. But in the past few years, with renewed attention on [...]
3 Feb. 2023
A war between China and Taiwan will be extremely good for business at America’s Frontier Fund, a tech investment outfit whose co-founder and CEO sits on both the State Department Foreign [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The champions of the “free market” are frantically lobbying to block the Federal Trade Commission’s imminent ban on noncompete agreements, which prevent workers from seeking better-paying jobs [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Graffiti on a Christian pregnancy center that does anti-abortion counseling in Portland, Oregon on June 27, 2022. Photo: John Rudoff/Sipa USA via AP The Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances, or [...]

OPEN CULTURE

3 Feb. 2023
Last month, we delved into a proposal to use digital technology to clone the 2,500-year-old Parthenon Marbles currently housed in the British Museum. The hope is that such uncanny facsimiles [...]
3 Feb. 2023
We know that Neil deGrasse Tyson was something of a wunderkind during his high school years. If you’re an OC regular, you’ve read all about how Carl Sagan personally recruited Tyson to [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Great news for Open Culture readers. Taschen, the publisher of beautiful art books, is running its biannual warehouse sale. It starts today and runs through Sunday, February 5. This sale gives you [...]
2 Feb. 2023
A recent Pew Research Center survey found that nearly one in five American teenagers is on Youtube “almost constantly.” Ten years ago, the figure surely wouldn’t have been that high, and [...]
1 Feb. 2023
“The Naming of Cats is a difficult matter,” declares the opening poem in Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot. But the possibilities are many and varied: “Peter, Augustus, [...]
1 Feb. 2023
The Youtuber “EmperorTigerstar” specializes in documenting the unfolding of world historical events by stitching together hundreds of maps into timelapse films. In years past, we’ve [...]
31 Jan. 2023
We have covered it before: school districts across the United States are increasingly censoring books that don’t align with conservative, white-washed visions of the world. Art [...]

PUBLIC DOMAIN REVIEW

2 Feb. 2023
Moseley's treatise argues the multitude of benefits that come from drinking coffee, when the beverage was still relatively new to [...]
1 Feb. 2023
As part of the DOCUAMERICA project, which sought to produce a visual record of the 1970s US, John H. White took stunning photographs of Black Chicago. [...]
25 Jan. 2023
We are revisiting older posts in our collection to give them some much needed love.
25 Jan. 2023
After supposedly stealing 500,000 francs from his bank, the mysterious Victor Dubreuil (b. 1842) turned up penniless in the United States and began to paint dazzling trompe l’oeil images of dollar [...]
24 Jan. 2023
James Ensor's etchings of the seven deadly sins stage personal grievances and caricatures through grotesque, Christian symbolism. [...]
19 Jan. 2023
This forgotten monograph puts forward a novel theory: that frost is able to make “ice photographs”, expressing the form of objects near [...]
18 Jan. 2023
These manuscript illustrations from the 1400s raise a historically vexing question: did men and women really duel to settle judicial [...]

The Conversation

5 Feb. 2023
Caucusgoers stand beneath the sign for the South Carolina delegation at the Democratic National Convention. Bill Clark /CQ-Roll Call, Inc. via Getty ImagesThe Democratic National Committee approved a [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Kate Winslet promoting 'Avatar: The Way of Water' in London in December 2022. Winslet held her breath for over seven minutes during filming of the movie. (Shutterstock)Kate Winslet reportedly [...]
5 Feb. 2023
As Canadians weigh the pros and cons of alcohol use, they should be thinking not just about the risks to their physical health, but also to their mental health. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian WyldNearly [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Canada is on the road to transformation in mobility. The federal government recently announced its zero-emission vehicle sales target, which requires all light-duty passenger vehicles sold by 2035 to [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Canada has a shortage of doctors. That's why making it difficult for internationally trained doctors to practise here is so mystifying. (Francisco Venancio, Unsplash)Internationally trained [...]
5 Feb. 2023
A flooded street in Lagos, Nigeria Wikimedia CommonsMany countries in Africa suffer from disasters annually, but the adverse effects are grossly under-reported compared with coverage of more [...]
5 Feb. 2023
South Africa's governing ANC has continued the anti-cannabis repression inherited from apartheid. shutterstockCannabis is being commercialised into a multibillion-dollar global industry and [...]

The Paris Review

3 Feb. 2023
Gianna Theodore in Kyle Abraham’s Our Indigo: If We Were a Love Song. Over the past year I have read and reread Angelica Nuzzo’s book Approaching Hegel’s Logic, Obliquely, in which Nuzzo guides [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Photograph of A. M. Homes by Marion Ettlinger. Photograph of Yiyun Li by Basso Cannarsa/Agence Opale. A few times a year, the writers Yiyun Li and A. M. Homes sit down to lunch. As friends, they [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Belted Galloway. Wikimedia Commons, Licensed under CCO 2.0. The other day we went to Albany so I could return all eight items I had bought online from Athleta. The store was in a giant mall that [...]
31 Jan. 2023
I have seen the Mississippi. That is muddy water. I have seen the Saint Lawrence. That is crystal water. But the Thames is liquid history. —John Burns, quoted in the Daily Mail, January 25, [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Years ago, while on assignment, I interviewed a man who spent what felt like hours showing me pictures of the various couches he was thinking of purchasing for his new home. The couches were [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Still from Anya Zalevskaya’s Posle priliva (2020). Courtesy of the director. In the fall of 2019 I was newly living in the Midwest. In my free time, I’d take long, aimless walks, trying to tune [...]
26 Jan. 2023
Pavement. Photograph by Marcus Roth, Courtesy of Matador Records. One of the more remarkable things about being behind the wheel of a tour bus for Pavement is that you can easily kill Pavement if you [...]

Dazed Confused

4 Feb. 2023
Son Heung-Min – known to his fans as “Sonny” or “Sonshine” – is arguably everyone’s favourite person in football. Rarely seen without a smile, the Spurs forward’s infectious energy [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The title of Evita Manji’s debut album Spandrel? refers to an evolutionary quirk that lacks any clear or obvious function. “It’s something that is a byproduct of our evolution that doesn't [...]
3 Feb. 2023
If the cool girl is dead, then make-up artist Selena Ruiz would be dolling up the girlies for the funerals – chocolate over-lined lips, dark skinny eyebrows and bold wings all included. The gig [...]
3 Feb. 2023
At the AW23 edition of Copenhagen Fashion Week, Alectra Rothschild staged her own funeral, swapping out the hearse for a motorcycle and the pallbearers for high-femme nightriders with janky hair [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Legendary fashion designer Paco Rabanne has died at the age of 88. The announcement was broadcast on Instagram this afternoon with a statement from the house, reading: “Paco Rabanne wishes to [...]
3 Feb. 2023
AntsLive wants you to know that no green screen was used in the making of his viral music video. “Everything that you see… that’s all real,” he tells me excitedly at the start of our Zoom [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Australia is to become the first country to recognise MDMA and magic mushrooms as medicine. The news was announced this afternoon (February 3), with both drugs set to be prescribed in cases of [...]

Arts & Culture | smithsonianmag.com

31 Jan. 2023
The author reflects on her classic 1967 novel, its 1983 film adaptation and its legacy today
11 Jan. 2023
The painter’s entire “Fighters for Freedom” series is now on view for the first time in more than 75 years
10 Jan. 2023
Her mighty contralto propelled her across color lines
29 Dec. 2022
The latest additions are a rich trove of books, films, songs and other works from 1927
20 Dec. 2022
Players of all ages will have to make room in their closets for these selections
19 Dec. 2022
This year’s top titles include a fairy-tale remake, a clever counting book and a survey of architectural wonders the world over

Atlas Obscura

3 Feb. 2023
Throughout the world, there are a variety of statues, memorials, and other commemorations dedicated to the Scottish physician, missionary, and explorer David Livingstone. But the one [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Judith Utterbuck Lowe was born in 1936. She grew up in Southwest Washington, D.C., and in 1958, the city used its power of eminent domain to demolish her home. Her family relocated to Del [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The Big Camera is home to the personal collection of owner Charles "Chic" Wadley. Situated in the small town of Meckering, the museum has over 1,500 working cameras on display, ranging from [...]
3 Feb. 2023
On the far western edge of the Oregon State University campus, tucked between verdant farmlands and a sports field, an extraordinary facility is hosting experiments that could save humanity. [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Down a small street in the Condom, France, lies an 18th-century cellar that holds the world's largest collection of old vintage Armagnacs in one place. Armagnac, France's oldest spirit, is [...]
2 Feb. 2023
"Laundry" may be an odd name for a café, but would it make more sense or make it even odder if it came equipped with washing machines? And what if, not only that, it had clothes dryers, [...]
2 Feb. 2023
"Memory Is Creation Without End" is the name given to this interesting work of public art that sits at the edge of the Royal Botanic Gardens in central Sydney. It was created in 2000 by [...]

Public Delivery

19 Dec. 2022
David Černý – Metalmorphosis, 2007, 40 layers of polished stainless steel, motors, electronics, 7 meters tall, 13 tonnes, installation view, Whitehall Corporate Center in Charlotte, North [...]
9 Dec. 2022
Gimli Viking Statue, 1967, fiberglass cloth, steel doors, air-filled foam, 4.65 meters (15 feet), installation view, Gimli, Manitoba, Canada, photo: Krazytea, Renovated Gimli Viking statue, CC BY-SA [...]
12 Oct. 2022
Richard Wilson – Turning the Place Over, 2007, installation view, Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, United Kingdom, photo: Turning the Place Over by Richard Wilson (CC BY 2.0) [...]
2 Aug. 2022
Roman Ondák – Measuring the Universe, 2007, performance, felt-tip pen, museum guards, museum audience, photo: Ernst Jank, courtesy: The Artist, gb agency, Paris, Martin Janda, Vienna and Johnen, [...]
29 Jul. 2022
Marc Chagall – Four Seasons, 1972, dedicated Sept. 27, 1974, hand-chipped stone and glass fragments, 128 panels, installation view, Chase Tower Plaza, Chicago, photo: Four Seasons, Chicago, [...]
27 Jul. 2022
Kohei Nawa – Foam, 2013, detergent, glycerin, water, dimensions variable, installation view, Aichi Triennale, Aichi, Japan, photo: Nobutada Omote/Sandwich Introduction For years, cosmologists and [...]
25 Jul. 2022
Carve – Marmara Forum Cloud Playground, 2020, constructed using 275 double curved stainless steel panels, area of ca. 400 m² Introduction The roof park of Marmara Forum is perhaps one of the [...]

The Humanist

2 Feb. 2023
With fifteen ballots to elect a Speaker, the 118th Congress rolled out to an interesting start. In this new Congress, the American Humanist Association (AHA) and its political and advocacy arm, the [...]
2 Feb. 2023
The latest from Cagle Cartoons.     Humans need not apply by Bruce Plante, PoliticalCartoons.com   The post The Comics Section: Hiring Ethics appeared first on [...]
1 Feb. 2023
The communications team at the American Humanist Association has adopted a 2023 strategic content calendar to refresh and invigorate collective conversations on topics not typically seen as [...]
31 Jan. 2023
This is part of The Humanist’s monthly series highlighting openly nonreligious elected officials across the nation. Because of the work of the Center for Freethought Equality, the political and [...]
27 Jan. 2023
An anonymous Medieval poet wrote this: A moth ate words. It seemed to me a strange occasion, when I inquired about that wonder, that the worm swallowed the riddle of certain men, a thief in the [...]
27 Jan. 2023
This is the third in a series of articles this month about alcohol and addiction that are part of the American Humanist Association’s Dry January Challenge. New Year’s resolutions have been [...]
27 Jan. 2023
The latest from Cagle Cartoons.     America’s Gun Problem Solution by Dave Whamond, Canada, PoliticalCartoons.com   The post The Comics Section: Connect the Dots appeared first [...]

things magazine

5 Feb. 2023
How cats came to Europe, part of Frank Jacobs’ Strange Maps series. See also Mummy of an Egyptian Cat / Gaming Like It’s 1927, (via MeFi), the latest ‘annual public domain game [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Another nail in the coffin. Google’s MusicLM generates relatively convincing audio from text descriptions (via MeFi and MusicRadar). You know the kind of thing it’ll be used for: [...]
23 Jan. 2023
Randomness follows / exploring a collection of old Wired articles via Kottke) / ‘Invisible Houses‘ are never really invisible / houses on film, six classics / Edinburgh recreated in Far [...]
17 Jan. 2023
Horror in the Modernist Block, a fascinating-looking exhibition that completely passed us by / Paris then and now / Rosecrans Baldwin on the diaphanous void that is the internet / fictional food, [...]
10 Jan. 2023
Flashbak has a couple of galleries of London as it was it the recent past: King’s Cross before the ‘change’ and Photos of Vauxhall and South London in the 1980s. Both galleries [...]
3 Jan. 2023
Old things for a new year / the Japanese Portable Record Player Catalog / this 1950s Fender ‘Payola’ Telecaster has three sets of circuitry and outputs so that three guitar tracks could [...]
19 Dec. 2022
Utterly random today. A new book celebrates the evolution of Barbie’s Dreamhouse / the eccentric (real life) homes of David Lee / 2022’s best experimental music, courtesy of Bandcamp / [...]

AnOther

3 Feb. 2023
Today it has been announced that pioneering Spanish-born designer Paco Rabanne has passed away, aged 88. The news was confirmed by the official Paco Rabanne Instagram, as well as the brand’s parent [...]
3 Feb. 2023
On the first day of 2023, the copyright of Alan Crosland’s venerated yet troubling classic, The Jazz Singer, finally expired. A little over 95 years have passed since its pioneering introduction of [...]
3 Feb. 2023
In 2013, a Senegalese woman travelled 150 miles from Paris to a seaside town in the Pas-de-Calais department of France, breastfed her baby on the beach, and left her to drown as the tide came in. [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Celebrating an impressive 20-year anniversary this spring is the UK’s largest festival of Japanese cinema – with the latest edition of the Japan Foundation’s Touring Film Programme (JFTFP) [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Women’s bodies are deeply politicised, whether they are used for porn, procreation, or domestic service. Radical feminist artists Hannah Wilke (b. 1940, d. 1993) and Linder (b. 1954) have both [...]
1 Feb. 2023
“How do you know you are loved? How do you know someone cares for you?” asks writer and academic Alva Gotby in the opening lines of her new book, They Call It Love: The Politics of Emotional [...]
1 Feb. 2023
“A return to formality,” reads the concise show notes for Alexander McQueen’s Autumn/Winter 2023 Men’s collection, with a matter-of-factness emblematic of the British label’s uber-refined [...]

Art News

3 Feb. 2023
Called to testify in a 1981 lawsuit brought by a San Diego transit workers union against Aztec Bus Lines, photographer Fred Lonidier found himself explaining the finances of his art [...]
3 Feb. 2023
A review of 96 artifacts from the Kingdom of Benin in Swiss museums found proof or strong evidence that more than half of the items were stolen by British soldiers in the 19th [...]
3 Feb. 2023
A high court in South Korea ordered the return of a Buddhist statue that was stolen from a temple in Japan in 2012. The statue, which is more than 450 years old, depicts the [...]
3 Feb. 2023
A life-sized statue of a Roman emperor depicted as the Greek hero Hercules was discovered near the Appian Way, ancient Rome’s first highway. The statue was recovered on January 25 [...]
3 Feb. 2023
This week, a French appeals court upheld the charges against Jean-Luc Martinez, the former president and director of the Louvre in Paris, for his alleged complicity in [...]
3 Feb. 2023
It may have been only a couple days since word leaked out that a long-awaited Anish Kapoor sculpture in New York was finally complete, but already, crowds have begun to form on a [...]
3 Feb. 2023
To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines ARTIST MIRA LEHR, whose [...]

ARTFORUM

3 Feb. 2023
New York art school Cooper Union has postponed the exhibition “Vkhutemas: Laboratory of the Avant-Garde,” originally scheduled to open on January 25. The Moscow art and [...]
3 Feb. 2023
A painted wood stripe runs along the perimeter of the interior walls of the deconsecrated ninth-century church of Sant’Andrea De Scaphis. Like the river Tiber lying a stone’s [...]
3 Feb. 2023
According to legend, the capital of the Aztec Empire, Tenochtitlan—today known as Mexico City—was founded by the Mexica (the early Aztecs) when they left Aztlán, their [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Among the achievements of Une tempête (1969), Aimé Césaire’s transposition of Shakespeare’s late romance onto the imaginative landscape of 1960s [...]
3 Feb. 2023
GODLAND HAS TWO TITLE CARDS: one in Icelandic, the other in Danish. Hlynur Pálmason’s new film exists in the tension between these two languages, which are really [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Anish Kapoor’s massive stainless-steel sculpture known colloquially as the bean was unveiled in New York City’s TriBeCa neighborhood on January 31. The shiny curved colossus, [...]
2 Feb. 2023
One might be misled by the title of Jeni Spota C.’s most recent exhibition, “Works on Paper.” A more appropriate name might be “Works in Paper” or, even more [...]

Juxtapoz Magazine

3 Feb. 2023
As part of our new A Portfolio series, we show you the works of Joseph Yaeger, who currently is showing at The Perimeter in London. We take a look today at recent works from the Montana-born, [...]
3 Feb. 2023
In Thinkspace Projects' Gallery III opening this weekend, they are excited to showcase Phenomenon, the debut west coast U.S. solo exhibition of from Japanese artist Noritoshi Mitsuuchi. Resembling [...]
3 Feb. 2023
In Diego Moreno's work there is a tense calm. A kind of mutism plagued by murmurs. Everything begins at home: a domestic scene, a birthday, a religious rite. The family space in which many of us have [...]
3 Feb. 2023
NANZUKA is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by American artist Matthew Palladino at NANZUKA UNDERGROUND. This marks the artist’s latest solo exhibition with NANZUKA following his [...]
2 Feb. 2023
2 Feb. 2023
When you first look at the new solo show of Amy Bennett's, Open Season, on view now at Richard Heller Gallery in Santa Monica, you don't have to be conscious of the fact that some works were started [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Letter to Myself (when the world is on fire), on view through February 25th, is a joyous panacea for contemporary woes.  

ELEPHANT

26 Oct. 2022
The Brixton-based artist revisits her past as she prepares for a future where she leaves her studio behind… The post Trading Places: Visiting the Changing Spaces of Zineb Sedira appeared first on [...]
25 Oct. 2022
Does a brief appearance by the world’s most famous painting unlock the meaning of Japanese filmmaker Masahiro Shinoda’s Pale Flower? The post Mobsters and the Mona Lisa: What Does Da [...]
24 Oct. 2022
From minerals to tektites, artists have a newfound fascination with everything stone, says Hettie Judah The post Let’s Rock! Why Has Art Taken a Geological Turn? appeared first on ELEPHANT.
19 Oct. 2022
The groundbreaking artist talks Sophia Satchell-Baeza through a career that has helped shift the boundaries of feminist art The post Penny Slinger: “If Art Cannot Shift Your Sense of Reality, Then [...]
19 Oct. 2022
Galleries haven’t always operated today’s “look, don’t touch” policy. Meridian Payseno grabs hold of the history of physical interaction with art. The post Hands Off! Why Is Physical [...]
18 Oct. 2022
The shifting reds of the American artist’s works mirror the way that journalist Hannah Strong sees her own mental illness The post How Rothko’s Seagram Murals Reflected My Own Despair Back at Me [...]
7 Oct. 2022
What is it about art and feet? Madeleine Pollard dips her toe into the world of foot fetishism… The post Toe Poke: Why Is Foot Fetishism Stepping into the Spotlight? appeared first on ELEPHANT.

Creative Boom

3 Feb. 2023
Owen and Tori Phillips-Walmsley of Oat Studio explain how they [...]
3 Feb. 2023
It's been just over a month now since we first announced [...]
2 Feb. 2023
When arts centre Tacoma Arts Live moved to a new area, a brand [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Credit: Robot Food / Harringtons Robot Food Client Director [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Creative agency Thirst cleverly uses CGI in its new campaign [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Manchester-based creative Chris Madden has been shaking up his [...]
1 Feb. 2023
When you're craving a sweet treat, you're not short of [...]

PRINT Magazine

3 Feb. 2023
I remember the ticking sound that echoed through their house in Genola, Utah; a cadence to the moments spent with them. The walls of their home, filled with love and warmth. Grandma’s cooking, and [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Hardcover or paperback, Libby or Audible, the age-old question about book design remains the same: what makes a successful book cover? Although we were all raised with the cliched adage, [...]
3 Feb. 2023
PRINTCast: The PRINT Podcast Studio is a curated collection of cutting-edge podcasts we love about design, creativity, branding, books, and further subjects afield. Here’s the latest episode [...]
3 Feb. 2023
For the past few months I’ve been anxious about a suspicious report from my doctor. So suspicious that he sent me to a specialist. Who sent me to get various imaging tests. Which resulted in [...]
3 Feb. 2023
San Francisco-based brand strategy and design studio Landscape is helping people reframe at-home ketamine therapy with their new branding for the provider Mindbloom. The evolved brand [...]
2 Feb. 2023
What do your favorites tell you about your “personality?” In the 21st century we have come to see our “personality” as an organizing principle that makes its way through the world in a [...]
2 Feb. 2023
John Wilcock (1927-2018) was one of the great “happening” characters of midcentury America, beat myth to Hippie legend. He was founder of half a dozen underground papers, and started one [...]

THIS IS COLOSSAL

3 Feb. 2023
All images © Mini Materials Building a tiny home gains new meaning when working with Mini Materials. The U.S.-based company invites craftspeople and masons to think small for their next projects, [...]
3 Feb. 2023
All images © Asya Kozina, shared with permission Artist Asya Kozina is known for her elaborate paper wigs that soar into the air with scenes of miniature metropolises and various botanical frills, [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Image © Mattias Adolfsson, shared with permission Grab a pen and paper, and join artist Mattias Adolfsson (previously) and Colossal on March 11 for a virtual workshop on small character [...]
2 Feb. 2023
“Winter.” All images © Darryl Cox, shared with permission In Darryl Cox’s organic sculptures, gnarled tree roots or branches merge with the ornate grooves, patterns, and gilding of [...]
2 Feb. 2023
“Giddy Up” (2022), oil on canvas, 14 × 16 inches. All images courtesy of Thinkspace Projects, shared with permission Urbanites know the subway is a prime location to spot the city’s [...]
2 Feb. 2023
All images © Max Mudie, shared with permission “I’m not the first person to say it, and I’m not going to be the last, but when you find out how integral fungi are to our existence, it [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Image © Jessie and Katey Every month, Colossal shares a selection of opportunities for artists and designers, including open calls, grants, fellowships, and residencies. If you’d like to list [...]

Uncoated

2 Jan. 2023
אופיר שריף, יוצר ומנהל קריאטייב, בטור דעה על עתיד הבינה המלאכותית במקצועות העיצוב, ואיך להתמודד עם השינויים הצפויים.
14 Dec. 2022
׳מאדאם בטרפליי׳ עולה באופרה הישראלית שוב אחרי עשור, ומזכירה בעיצוב הבמה את ההופעה של נירוונה בתיאטרון פרמאונט מ־1991 - מינימליסטית, אייקונית וזכירה, עם עוצמות שמותירות חלל אדיר אחרי שנגמרו.
10 Dec. 2022
תערוכת הרטרוספקטיבה של ויליאם קנטרידג' באקדמיה המלכותית לאמנויות בלונדון היא מהטובות ביותר שהוצגו במקום. [...]
26 Nov. 2022
באוקטובר האחרון בלונדון, מקס קופר, אמן וידאו־ארט ומוזיקאי, יצר הופעה־חוויה אימרסיבית מהפנטת בבריקסטון [...]
23 Nov. 2022
בתחילת אוקטובר 2022 התקיים Forward Festival בוינה, כלל מרצים ומרצות מתחומי העיצוב והאמנות שחשפו תהליכים אישיים בעידן [...]
10 Sep. 2022
נעמה ניקוטרה, מעצבת תעשייתית בוגרת HIT, עיצבה את פרויקט הגמר NakedPak, סדרת מנות מזון ללא אריזה. הפרויקט נולד בשילוב [...]
13 Aug. 2022
בתערוכת היחיד החדשה שלו Visions of the City בגלריית ATM בניו יורק, האמן הקרואטי סטיפן טאדיק (Stipan Tadić) מציג ציורים המתאפיינים בריאליזם ברוטלי לצד רומנטיות חלומית.

ערב רב

3 Feb. 2023
קול קורא להשתתפות בעונת התערוכות של גלריית המקרר – 2023 על המקרר המקרר הוא חלל תעשייתי בלב תל אביב. שמו נגזר [...]
3 Feb. 2023
קול קורא להתכנסות מחקרית (כנס) בנושא אוצרות ועבודות האוצר זהו קול קורא לא שיגרתי. בד"כ כאשר מפרסמים קול קורא [...]
2 Feb. 2023
למה צריך בכלל מוזיאונים לאמנות? אלכסנדר דוֹרנר החל לשאול את השאלה הזו עוד בשנות ה־20. ודאי שהוא לא היה הראשון [...]
1 Feb. 2023
קול קורא | הכנס הארצי לסטודנטים/ות לתארים מתקדמים בתולדות האמנות בעיצוב ובתרבות חזותית יום חמישי | 1.6.23, [...]
31 Jan. 2023
ערב רב בדפוס: השקה חגיגית לגיליונות 4+3 ת"א תרבות קריית המלאכה, שביל המרץ 6, תל אביב שלישי, 7.2.23 בשעה 19:00 האם [...]
30 Jan. 2023
"אה, גזע כפוי טובה אנחנו! כשאני מביטה בידי שעל אדן החלון וחושבת איזה עונג היה לי בה, כיצד נגעה במשי ובחרס [...]
28 Jan. 2023
קול קורא לטקסטים עבור ״שוקת״, כתב העת החדש של איגוד האוצרות והאוצרים איגוד האוצרות והאוצרים חונך כתב עת [...]

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Daily Philosophy

4 Feb. 2023
Brandon Robshaw (2020). Should a Liberal State Ban the Burqa? Reconciling Liberalism, Multiculturalism and European Politics. Bloomsbury Academic. 265 pages. ISBN (hardcover): 978-1-3501-2505-6. Get [...]
1 Feb. 2023
We all want our money to serve the right cause – but how can we make sure that it will? Catherine Greene on what is involved in ethical investing and ESG considerations. What is ethical [...]
27 Jan. 2023
It is rarely denied that, in societies remotely like our own, an impressive array of vices or human failings is on display. Hypocrisy, greed, cruelty, prejudice, envy, sentimentality, dishonesty, [...]
22 Jan. 2023
A history of philosophy in its most famous quotes. Today: Albert Schweitzer, medical doctor, theologian, musician and philosopher who left it all behind to go and help the poorest in Africa, saying: [...]
13 Jan. 2023
Kant is an unlikely source of humour, one might suppose, given his, by all accounts, reined-in, well-regulated way of life. On the other hand, others report that he could be quite a wit and good [...]
12 Jan. 2023
Are you a German speaker? If so, we now offer a subset of Daily Philosophy articles in German at the address: daily-philosophy.de Leave a comment to tell us how you like it and what we can [...]
9 Jan. 2023
What sort of rights should a fetus or embryo have? This isn’t the only question in debates about abortion, but it’s an important one. The central claim of anti-abortion activists is that [...]

IM—1776

1 Feb. 2023
Being and Stalingrad: On the 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Stalingrad In the climax to the 2001 Stalingrad film Enemy at the Gates, Soviet sniper Vasily Zaitsev (Jude Law) and his antagonist [...]
24 Jan. 2023
Damien Chazelle’s “Babylon”: A Review After two critically acclaimed films winning mainstream attention, Damian Chazelle is back with a depiction of the 1920s film industry in [...]
20 Jan. 2023
The Aristotelian and Noble Art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Last year, marching steadily towards a midlife crisis, I asked my Twitter followers: “What martial art would you start learning at age [...]
17 Jan. 2023
“Was ist Enchantment?” Why the way forward requires us to abandon illusions Michel Foucault begins his 1983 lecture “What is Enlightenment?” with the claim that the whole of [...]
13 Jan. 2023
Remembering California: The Golden State at a crossroad “Best way to live in California is to be from somewhere else.”— Cormac McCarthy, No Country for Old Men The beacon of hope that [...]
10 Jan. 2023
Cormac McCarthy’s “The Passenger”: A Review “He knew that on the day of his death he would see her face and he could hope to carry that beauty into the darkness with him, the [...]
6 Jan. 2023
The late Pope Benedict XVI’s writing as an antidote to the regime’s spell On the day of Pope Benedict XVI’s death, one journalist commented that “never has there been such a [...]

Pitchfork Album Reviews

5 Feb. 2023
Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit Harry Smith’s foundational 1952 mixtape that [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Trite where it should be subtle and mellow where it should be exciting, the Jamaican star’s new album fails to consistently capture his magic.
3 Feb. 2023
Working with a team of hit-making collaborators, the country-pop icon returns with a bland collection of optimistic affirmations and pumping electro-pop rhythms.
3 Feb. 2023
The underground hip-hop veteran’s new EP flirts with chess metaphors, but the mundane raps don’t help the thematic wallpaper hold up.
3 Feb. 2023
Produced by BADBADNOTGOOD, the second album from the Hiroshima-born, Montreal-based singer-songwriter explores heartbreak and familial history with a subtle and dynamic approach.
3 Feb. 2023
The North Carolina rapper refines his technical wizardry on his second album, but he’s too often buried by 9th Wonder and Khrysis’ overblown production.
2 Feb. 2023
On the South Korean artist’s astounding third album, the past and the present, the real and the fake dissolve seamlessly into surreal, maximalist pop music.

Pitchfork News

5 Feb. 2023
Morgan Neville’s Man on the Run documents the aftermath of the Beatles’ split, Macca’s early solo years, and the genesis of Wings
5 Feb. 2023
Lionsgate’s Antoine Fuqua–directed biopic is set to star Jackson’s nephew Jaafar Jackson
5 Feb. 2023
White returns to the NBC program for the first time since 2020 on February 25
5 Feb. 2023
The group wove Music of the Spheres’ “Human Heart” into its performance of X&Y’s “Fix You”
5 Feb. 2023
Tune in for Music’s Biggest Night, as Beyoncé, Adele, Kendrick Lamar, Wet Leg, and more look to take home hardware
5 Feb. 2023
Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, Mary J. Blige, Steve Lacy, Lizzo, Stevie Wonder, Kacey Musgraves, Migos’ Quavo, and others will take the stage during music’s biggest night
5 Feb. 2023
Find out who’s up for Record of the Year, Best Alternative Music Album, Best New Artist, and more

Rolling Stone

5 Feb. 2023
Frankie Valli, Sheryl Crow and Lil Wayne also gave memorable performances as the Davis Gala made its in-person return for the first time since 2020 as the pandemic derailed the event
5 Feb. 2023
Once again, the conversation on the right-wing network led back to Hunter Biden
5 Feb. 2023
"We could not have cared less about the gender politics at the time, and we still do not," said Heart's Nancy Wilson at the gathering before the 65th annual Grammy Awards
5 Feb. 2023
Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) is disappointed in her party. But so far, she'll still toe its line.
5 Feb. 2023
Man on the Run, directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville, is "the definitive document of Paul’s emergence from the dissolution of the world’s biggest band"
5 Feb. 2023
Writing songs for top acts used to be a reliable source of income. Now, thanks to a rapidly changing industry, songwriters face trouble making ends meet 
5 Feb. 2023
British band was joined by Jacob Collier and the Jason Max Ferdinand Singers, an uber-talented choir of Black women and men from across the country

The Wire

3 Feb. 2023
The 2 February edition of The Wire’s weekly show on Resonance FM and Resonance Extra featured tracks by Langham Research Centre & John Butcher, Camae Ayewa, Lydia [...]
31 Jan. 2023
The film maker and sound artist presents a selection of his most beloved movie scores Simon Fisher Turner The Garden (Mute) 1991 The Garden by Simon Fisher [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Your favourite independent music magazine is launching into the new year with a whole new look With its forthcoming March issue The Wire will be switching to a new format, [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Contributor Clive Bell selects ten pieces of writing from The Wire’s back pages featuring Michael Nyman, Chris Watson, Hariprasad Chaurasia, Stereolab and more. All [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Tom Verlaine died on 28 January aged 73. Read Alan Licht’s 2006 cover story on the Television guitarist and singer free in our online library. Out Of The Cool: Tom [...]
27 Jan. 2023
The 26 January edition of The Wire's weekly show on Resonance FM and Resonance Extra featured tracks by Zoë Mc Pherson, Avola, OPLA, Gerald Cleaver/Brandon Lopez/Hprizm, [...]

LensCulture

30 Jan. 2023
One of America’s leading photographers offers his insights about making great photographic portraits.
23 Jan. 2023
Made in collaboration with his two kids, Pedro Guimarães’ book is a different take on the family album—one that bounces back and forth between imaginations to conjure up the spectres, smiles and [...]
23 Jan. 2023
Former LensCulture Award winners share their best creative advice as well as tips for advancing your career as a portrait-maker and photographer. The second in a two-part series.
20 Jan. 2023
A relentless drive combined with a thoughtfully cultivated humanness—according to the sought-after photographer Nadav Kander, that is what it takes to make your mark in our age of visual glut. 
16 Jan. 2023
Across a collection of archival images, cyanotypes, newspaper clippings and natural ephemera, Luis Carlos Tovar revisits an unspoken family memory to explore the thorny process of reconciling with [...]
9 Jan. 2023
A striking portrait is composed of many ingredients. Director of Photography at M magazine, Lucy Conticello, reflects on the role of the photo editor and shares her words of wisdom on creating the [...]
8 Jan. 2023
Former LensCulture Award winners share their best creative advice as well as tips for advancing your career as a portrait-maker and photographer. The first in a two-part series.

LIFE

2 Feb. 2023
The name of Milton Caniff may not be as familiar to comic fans as that of Jack Kirby, Bob Kane or other artists whose superhero creations still entertain millions. But Caniff, who rose to fame [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Content from LIFE becomes available on Jan 25—free for all players! ZiMAD, a mobile game developer, has announced a partnership with LIFE, the world-renowned magazine. In its first [...]
25 Jan. 2023
The most famous story in the Aug. 8, 1949 issue of LIFE magazine introduced America to an artist named Jackson Pollock, posing the question, “Is this the most famous living painter in the [...]
25 Jan. 2023
In 1959 the first Disney theme park, which had opened to great fanfare in 1955, was already an international sensation. When Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev toured the U.S. that year and was in [...]
18 Jan. 2023
The musical Hello, Dolly! made its Broadway debut in 1964 and was an instant smash with Carol Channing in the title role. Three years later, when ticket sales were starting to slump, producer David [...]
13 Jan. 2023
James Beard’s name is well familiar to anyone who follows the world of fine dining. His non-profit James Beard Foundation bestows annual awards to restaurants and chefs, and when the honorees [...]

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