(via Colour Provenance - LAURA DAZA)
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"“A photograph should be more interesting than the subject and transcend its obviousness.” Print this out, and hang it in a place where you’ll always see it."

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(via LILLY McELROY - I Throw Myself At Men #4)
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Ever get that feeling when you open a bag of potato chips that you’ve mostly paid for air? A group of South Korean college students have, and to prove their point, on Sunday they used a raft made of unopened potato chip packets to traverse Seoul’s main river. Two male students crossed the Han River on a boat made with 160 unopened bags of potato chips bound together near 0.8-mile-long Jamsil Bridge in the city’s east. (via Too Much Air in Potato Chip Packets? Students Make a Boat to Prove It - Korea Real Time - WSJ)

Ever get that feeling when you open a bag of potato chips that you’ve mostly paid for air? A group of South Korean college students have, and to prove their point, on Sunday they used a raft made of unopened potato chip packets to traverse Seoul’s main river. Two male students crossed the Han River on a boat made with 160 unopened bags of potato chips bound together near 0.8-mile-long Jamsil Bridge in the city’s east. (via Too Much Air in Potato Chip Packets? Students Make a Boat to Prove It - Korea Real Time - WSJ)

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2007, Sept / Eidolon
A pearl worth 1000 euro’s was hidd­en in the ex­hibi­tion space of P/////AKT. The pub­lic was notified that whoev­er found the pearl, may keep it. The pearl wasn’t found for over a year. Cur­rent­ly the pearl is wait­ing for for a new host. These are pos­sible ex­plana­tions which were dis­tributed as part of the ex­hibi­tion (text in Dutch) (via Eidolon, Daniël Dennis de Wit)

2007, Sept / Eidolon
A pearl worth 1000 euro’s was hidd­en in the ex­hibi­tion space of P/////AKT. The pub­lic was notified that whoev­er found the pearl, may keep it. The pearl wasn’t found for over a year. Cur­rent­ly the pearl is wait­ing for for a new host. These are pos­sible ex­plana­tions which were dis­tributed as part of the ex­hibi­tion (text in Dutch) (via Eidolon, Daniël Dennis de Wit)

@3 weeks ago

"Op de publieke omroep is vanaf 2016 geen plaats meer voor amusementsprogramma’s. Staatssecretaris Sander Dekker wil dat op de drie publieke netten nog slechts plaats is voor de kerntaken informatie, educatie en cultuur."

@1 week ago

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Post photography (book)

"Given the abundance of pre-existing visual material in our hyper-documented world, it’s unsurprising that an increasing amount of photographic art begins with someone else’s pictures. There’s nothing new about appropriating found imagery for fine-art purposes. But the sources, methods, and goals are fast-evolving. If digital culture has transformed photographic practice — that is, how pictures are taken and displayed — it has had no less profound an impact on how found materials are sought and then manipulated." (via The Camera as an Afterthought: Defining Post-Photography)

Post photography (book)

"Given the abundance of pre-existing visual material in our hyper-documented world, it’s unsurprising that an increasing amount of photographic art begins with someone else’s pictures. There’s nothing new about appropriating found imagery for fine-art purposes. But the sources, methods, and goals are fast-evolving. If digital culture has transformed photographic practice — that is, how pictures are taken and displayed — it has had no less profound an impact on how found materials are sought and then manipulated." (via The Camera as an Afterthought: Defining Post-Photography)

@1 week ago
(via The Downside of Success | American Craft Council)

Chris Taylor; Bubble Wrap, 2010; glass

(via The Downside of Success | American Craft Council)

Chris Taylor; Bubble Wrap, 2010; glass

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(via Why Settle for a Standing Desk When You Could Have This Giant Hamster Wheel? | Adweek)
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