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B I R D S E Y E Creates a Familiar World in a New Space

Leslie Scott founded her company BodyArt in New York in 2005, and is now pursuing her graduate degree in dance at California Institute of the Arts. 962 more words

GEORGINA STARR: I, CAVE │ Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art → 28 May 2015

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“I, Cev z a ny sôlo xibišn fṛm Britiš ātist Jwjīna Star. Star’z ŕli wrcs brwt hr t inṭnašnl atnšn in ɖ 1990z, n sns ɖen š hz dveḷpt a dstñt lanĝj ʈru ɖ ys v vidio, sculpčr, pfwmns, raitñ n sând. 514 more words


Classification Territories and Arts of Resistance in the Urban Space

Author: Aliki Kylika

By 2050 65-75% of the world population will live in cities.[1] As more people are gathered in the urban centres, the urban borders are infinitely expanded transforming the shape of the cities and of the surrounding countryside. 1,233 more words



Greetings life-art fans!

Today’s theme is Perseverance and it’s a vital skill to cultivate for any long term endeavor — and particularly DreamCatching. We have to be able to stick to it, to see it through, and to stay in it, until we manifest what we’ve we dreamed. 1,317 more words

28 Days At The Brink

Headless goes global.

The recently-published novel Headless, in which I appear as a rather hapless version of myself alongside many others involved in Goldin+Senneby’s eponymous project, is the subject of a series of launch events in cities across Europe and the USA in the next couple of months. 251 more words



Allentown is all about the choices we make as young adults. How do we feel about our pasts and futures? How should we feel? Are preempted quarter life crises the new trend? 942 more words