Monthly Archives: September 2014

Life in the Age of Go-Pro

  Great article in The New Yorker about the profound changes that underlie the ubiquity of cameras. especially the GoPro, in our lives.

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Reason #952 to love GoPros: Aerial Waltz

Walzing on City Hall?  Bandaloop dancers Amelia Rudolph and Roel Seeber take vertical choreography to new heights on Oakland’s City Hall during the Art + Soul Festival. Music is “Hopeless Romantic” by William Ryan Fritch.

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Calder at the Peabody Essex Museum

An exciting exhibit of Alexander Calder’s kinetic sculpture, Calder: From Avant-Gard to Iconic, is now open at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem.  Forty works, including both Calder’s mobiles and stabiles, showcase the artist’s seminal role in re-inventing 20th century … Continue reading

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Poe’s “Dream Land” inspires new art

Inspired by this sensation they discovered in London’s VIctoria & Albert Museum after closing, as well as an Edgar Allen Poe’s 1844 poem “Dream-Land” about a voyager ship that lands in a place outside of space and time, the design collective The T/Shirt … Continue reading

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