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    Seeing Sound: Len Lye’s “Free Radicals”

    January 7, 2014  —  

    “The Weird and the Banned” is a new regular column by Laura Raicovich, Creative Time’s Director of Global Initiatives and editorial director of Creative Time Reports. Featuring works in film and video that are notable for being odd, censored or both, the provocative series highlights the impact culture makers can have on society.  More
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    On the Outskirts of Crypto City: The Architecture of Surveillance

    January 7, 2014  —  

    Amongst the banal office complexes of Fort Meade, Maryland, artist Ingrid Burrington investigated many of the private contractors that feed on the NSA surveillance empire. Burrington found what she calls “bland temples to the many demigods of an infinitely complicated cult.”  More
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    Google Glass, The Corporate Gaze and Mine

    January 7, 2014  —  

    Wearing Google Glass, artist Molly Crabapple drew the porn star Stoya and found surprising commonalities between the male gaze, the gaze of the artist and the gaze of the network.  More
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    Marina Abramovic: An Antidote to the Distracted Rush

    January 7, 2014  —  

    Performance artist Marina Abramović shares her vision for an institute devoted to interdisciplinary thinking, long-durational performance art and techniques for concentration in an age of multitasking.  More
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    Projections Of Our Own Future: Indonesia’s Memorials To Tsunami Victims

    December 26, 2013  —  

    On the anniversary of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, photographer Ivan Sigal sees prophesies of our future in memorials erected at the disaster’s epicenter, Aceh, Indonesia.  More
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    Editor's Letter

    This February, the Istanbul-based artist Ahmet Ögüt took part in a conditional withdrawal from the Biennale of Sydney due to its connections to Transfield Holdings—a corporation linked to the management...

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