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Down the Rabbit Hole: Salad Fingers and the Evolution of Fear by Miranda Seaver

Salad Fingers

ARTICLE | I’ll warn you in advance, this one’s a doozy. Seriously, if you’re sensitive to graphic content, as abstract as it may be, I’d suggest skipping this week’s subject and sticking to something more pleasant.

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The Edwardian World’s Faire in Review by Miranda Seaver

Revellers at Edwardian World's Faire

Article by Miranda Seaver Venue: The Regency Ballroom Featuring: The Edwardian World’s Faire 2020 I was a weird kid. If you know me, even tangentially, this probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise. I spent a majority of my formative years dressed in ill-fitting thrift store suits, making campfires at the park and carving …

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Almost Human: Digital Art from the Permanent Collection in Review by Miranda Seaver

Almost Human

ARTICLE | I love my robots. There’s an Amazon Echo in my bedroom who fills my room with lo-fi hip-hop beats on nights when insomnia has the best of me.

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Beta Space: Pae White in Review by Miranda Seaver

Beta Space: Pae White - Third Thursday - Opening

ARTICLE | I am a child. I must be six, maybe seven, and my parents have dragged me along with them to the hardware store.

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2019 Gray Area Festival – Pierce Warnecke Live – ISM Hexadome in Review by Jon Bauer

Gray Area Fest - Pierce Warnecke

ARTICLE | Endless Growth (Data Decay v3) is an audiovisual performance by Pierce Warnecke using data to illustrate dynamic ecosystems.

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2019 Gray Area Festival – ISM Hexadome in Review by Jon Bauer

2019 Gray Area Festival - ISM Hexadome

ARTICLE | From July 25 through August 3, the ISM Hexadome will be presented at Pier 70 in San Francisco in two parts.

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IllUM Art.Tech.Music (GAIKA vs. Madam X, The Flashbulb + More) in Review by Jon Bauer

IllUM Art.Tech.Music

VISUAL | IllUM: set your mind alight. We’re proud to announce the next installment of IllUM – a one-night festival of emerging tech and its effect on the visual, auditory, and tactile arts.

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Red Dot Miami 2018 in Review by Lydia Bell and Talia Colarusso

Red Dot Miami Logo Light

ARTICLE | From the moment you pull down 5th avenue in Wynwood on a not so chilly December night you are instantly transported into a living breathing art exhibition unlike any other.

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Carlos Rólon’s Classic Tracks: Migrating Rhythms in Review by Miranda Caravalho

Carlos Rolón

Article by Miranda Caravalho Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana – MACLA is a squat building on the tail end of the SOFA District in San Jose that’s painted in shades of steel grey and fluorescent pink. In the first half of the building you’d find the headquarters for MACLA’s programs, from which over 30,000 children, families …

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Jagiellonian Fair in Lublin, Poland – A Meeting with Tradition in Review by Małgorzata Stanek

Jagiellonian Fair

Article by Małgorzata Stanek Imagine spending a sunny August afternoon in the streets of a charming Old Town filled with colourful stalls, the hustle of bustle of various languages (Polish, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Slovak) and traditional music. This is what happens in mid-August in Lublin, Poland. Lublin is a charming city in eastern Poland that …

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