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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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True Journey is Return in Review by Miranda Caravalho

Dinh Q. Lê

Article by Miranda Caravalho Imagine this: you and your friends are walking through the farmland of North Vietnam. It’s a warm Summer day, the type that makes that air hot and thick. Then you hear it – the familiar guttural stutter of blades cutting against air, and the new and angry wind that has cut …

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California Dreamin’ in Review by Miranda Caravalho

Won Ju Lim: California Dreamin'

Article by Miranda Caravalho I don’t dream well. It’s a side effect, I think, of one of six medications I take. When I go to sleep my dreams are usually loud and fast and vaguely upsetting. To put it kindly, a dream journal was never something that interested me. But my close friend has spent …

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Rise Up! Social Justice in Art from the Collection of J. Michael Bewley in Review by Miranda Caravalho

Five Times for Harvey

Article Review by Miranda Caravalho Here’s the thing: I came out at a pretty young age. It wasn’t the grand and dramatic story people hear about in movies and the like. My immediate family was supportive, and my more distant relatives responded with a murmur and an empty stare that was neither with me nor …

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The House Imaginary by Miranda Caravalho

I still live in the house I grew up in. It’s a simple house on the corner in the suburbs, a mile away from both my elementary, middle and high school. It’s a single-family home that at one point held more than twice that. Now it stands, changed in many ways but still the same …

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