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13
Nov
2010
Stephen Smith, also known as Neasden Control Centre, opened a solo museum show at the MU in Eindhoven on August 21st, 2010. Stephen’s work is, amongst other things, an amazing visual exploration and struggle between that which is analog and handcrafted versus our new forms of automated communication in this strange digital world. The museum has placed an entire...
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13
Nov
2010
Our friend and hero Wayne Horse did it again…pure magic. make money online zp8497586rq
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13
Nov
2010
Rotterdam based Jeroen Jongeleen a.k.a. Influenza is known for his humorist public interventions and the impossibility to pin down his work to a single style or approach. By manipulating urinals, introducing urban games, fingerprint stickers, ‘pointless oneliner’ (a black spray painted line that moves along streets, across walls and windows), marking and measuring the length of a wall, and...
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13
Nov
2010
Vincent Skoglund is one of Sweden’s most respected Photographers. His remarkable depictions of the, then emerging, snowboard scene, set his name on the map in the early 90’s. Since then he has received numerous honors, covered various subjects and situations such as fashion, action sports, documentary or journalistic endeavors, music and art. Having lived abroad for many years, prior...
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13
Nov
2010
Last weekend, in the context of Parcours Modo, Harlan Levey Projects opened their brand new showroom with a banging show by Abner Preis. The Superhero Project by Abner is a true love child. Dressed up as a superhero Abner goes to different cities around the world and starts interacting with people on the street, triggering their imagination by asking...
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13
Nov
2010
You wait for the clock to hit twelve and start driving up the mountains. The last 23 kilometers take a good hour and the road is not forgiving. The moon is 3 days from full and lights the sky in that sort of way that inspires songs and kisses. The Soria Dam comes into sight. The car goes quiet....
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13
Nov
2010
You wait for the clock to hit twelve and start driving up the mountains. The last 23 kilometers take a good hour and the road is not forgiving. The moon is 3 days from full and lights the sky in that sort of way that inspires songs and kisses. The Soria Dam comes into sight. The car goes quiet....
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