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  1. Article | Deconstructing Nuclear Visions

    ... to bringing “nuclear culture” into everyday life. Collaborations between the Department of Defense, the Atomic Energy ... was the subject of Donald Weber’s Into the Half Life (2009). Presented in the exhibition, the video deftly combines still ... townspeople are shots of them trying to carry on a normal life — boys jumping into the river, a bride posing within verdant ...

    Abonnement - 07/07/2020 - 14:05

  2. Dossier | Girls Girls Girls

    ... words, to transform the material conditions of everyday life. There is no such thing as a good context, only a logic of relative ... specifically, agency over desire — the core of human life. The dialectical encounter détournement sets up between representations ...

    Abonnement - 04/28/2020 - 16:57

  3. Collections, Inventories and Other Obsessions

    ... Ever since artists have sought to bring art and everyday life closer together and turned the “mundane” into an important material of ... It is evident that the staging of everyday and private life has not lost its attraction over the years; on the contrary it is ...

    Marie-Anne - 03/12/2019 - 14:59

  4. Vancouver – Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery

    ... or whether it remains symptomatic of the tedium of modern life, boredom’s definition is decidedly slippery. It is characterized by a ... It is often accompanied by a moral taint, as rejection of life or a sin of the leisure class. Yet boredom also carries a latent potential ...

    Marie-Hélène - 07/21/2020 - 13:30

  5. Vancouver – Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery

    ... or whether it remains symptomatic of the tedium of modern life, boredom’s definition is decidedly slippery. It is characterized by a ... It is often accompanied by a moral taint, as rejection of life or a sin of the leisure class. Yet boredom also carries a latent potential ...

    Marie-Hélène - 07/21/2020 - 13:31

  6. Phil Shaw

    ... the document and yet evince a cynical gaze at contemporary life. The artist works from used books found in shops or flea markets, which he ... Photoshop. The thematic bookcases cover culture, daily life, and the news, and it is their themes that determine the titles and ...

    Catherine - 09/23/2019 - 15:57

  7. Larissa Fassler

    ... observations and surveys have no aim or because movement and life have been frozen in graphic representations, in contemplating them we ... Few Persons Through a Rather Brief Unity of Time , in which life seems frozen in a photograph only to be gradually reanimated. Similarly, ...

    Catherine - 04/19/2018 - 11:57

  8. The Street. Where the world is made, MAXXI, Rome

    ... in the built environment and shaping discourses of public life. An impressive selection of works engaging with these themes is on display ... — mapping, interventions, street politics, everyday life, good design, community, open institutions — THE STREET offers an ...

    Catherine - 03/25/2019 - 12:18

  9. The Street. Where the world is made, MAXXI, Rome

    ... in the built environment and shaping discourses of public life. An impressive selection of works engaging with these themes is on display ... — mapping, interventions, street politics, everyday life, good design, community, open institutions — THE STREET offers an ...

    Catherine - 03/25/2019 - 12:18

  10. Dossier | Bling-bling, Everytime I Come Around

    ... gold and diamonds (over 3,700) for artist Lil Jon. Life is for the passionate, for the excessive, as French author Pierre Drieu La ... are symbolic and serve to highlight the transience of life. Skulls and hourglasses symbolize time inexorably running out, mirrors the ...

    jeremi - 09/17/2019 - 17:46

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