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  • ... "I don't know how to explain how terrible it felt," he says, of the initial terror of getting on the freeway without that thin ... liminal areas. It's like Edward St. Aubyn's beautiful line about the hardest addiction of all: "that deep-down need to mean two things ...
  • ... that features investigative reports and in-depth stories about our changing environment and how it affects people around the world. Read some of our most recent blog posts for a closer look at the topics covered in our video clips and ...
  • ... clarify themselves and one another. " Pages " is not about visual art that uses text -- it's about books as symbols and as raw ... in fact evolve from an older idea to curate a show on the topic of the "artist book," a catchall phrase for a singular work of art ...
  • ... from Seoul to New Delhi, LinkAsia took viewers into media about Asia – from Asia – offering unfiltered insight into one of the most diverse, fast-paced regions of the globe. The LinkAsia blog featured in-depth analysis from expert contributors and LinkAsia ...
  • The annual "Art About Agriculture" exhibit examines Ventura's agrarian heritage and the ... Paula Art Museum. "Agriculture is like any other topic in art," explains Meg Phelps, Education Director of the Santa Paula Art ... "every day you must spit on the altar of art," because, he insists, "you can't have fun if you're stuck in some mind trip between two ...
  • ... with installations, performances and shows on a changing topic . [scald=74916:kl_image_original_context ... The topics are always a little bit about the process, so the first was called Public Records because it was ...
  • ... Tsong is a landscape architect and artist -- she thinks about ecological systems but is very skeptical of "green design" and what she ... contemporary laboratory for living simple. They maintain a blog called Root Simple about "DIY living, encompassing homegrown ...
  • ... of what it means to be them. Read ahead to learn more about the man behind the camera in a Q&A with Kevin Truong. ... Do you have any advice for those who would like to start a blog or website featuring their work? The best advice I can say is do ...
  • "Chats About Change" questions and reflects on people's relationship to the land as ... Saarelma, permission L.A. Rooted. Chats About Change: Critical Conversations on Art and Politics features ... landscape, which we look at as something that is endemic," he asked, "how is it that you work with that, or resist that 'Cartesian ...
  • ... a page from “Moby Dick” in this speech, in which he sketches out a cautionary tale about the American character and, by extension, the ultimate fate of the ...

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