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Poetry&Paint: Future By Carmina Masoliver
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Poetry&Paint is a project initiated by Carmina Masoliver to see visual art merge with the written word through a variety of mediums and disciplines. On Saturday March 30th 2013 Poetry&Paint... More > was launched with an event taking place at The Showcase, part of Craft Central. The event showcased the work of a selection of artists featured in the first issue of the anthology, which included performances and a discussion where artists talked about their creative process in relation to the project. This issue marks the end of a three year journey, and to close, this edition features work from Russell J Turner, Ciarán Hodgers, Elizabeth Hunt, Saoloni Kaul, A C Evans, Shawn Scott Smith, Anne Marie Butler, Arjun Coen, Jim Piatt, Natalie Sorrell Charlesworth, Zowie Green and Matthew Dickerson.< Less
Poetry & Paint - Future By Carmina Masoliver
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Poetry&Paint is a project initiated by Carmina Masoliver to see visual art merge with the written word through a variety of mediums and disciplines. On Saturday March 30th 2012 Poetry&Paint... More > was launched with an event taking place at The Showcase, part of Craft Central. The event showcased the work of a selection of artists featured in the first issue of the anthology, which included performances and a discussion where artists talked about their creative process in relation to the project. This issue marks the end of a three year journey, and to close, this edition features work from Russell J Turner, Ciarán Hodgers, Elizabeth Hunt, Saoloni Kaul, A C Evans, Shawn Scott Smith, Anne Marie Butler, Arjun Coen, Jim Piatt, Natalie Sorrell Charlesworth, Zowie Green and Matthew Dickerson.< Less
LIFE. SCIENCE. FUTURE By Alexander Bolonkin
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This is book about life, researches, ideas, innovations of Dr. Sci., professor Alexander Bolonkin. He worked in Soviet aviation, rocket and space industries and lectured in main Moscow Universities... More > in the former USSR. In 1972 professor Bolonkin was arrested by the notorious Soviet Secret Police (KGB) because he had been discovered reading forbidden political literature about freedom and democracy and had been monitored listening to “Voice of America”. For more than 15 years, the vicious YGB torturers in various special prisons, concentration camps, and in exile in utterly miserable Siberia. In 1988 the Soviet authority allowed him to leave the USSR. Following his arrival in the United States in 1988, he lectured at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and worked as a Senior Researcher at NASA and the US Air Force Research Laboratories. Bolonkin is the author of more than 180 scientific articles and books and has 17 inventions to his credit.< Less
Their Past Your Future By York Art Gallery
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In this book, the local people of York recall the effects of war, on themselves and thier loved ones. Inspired by the collections of York Museums Trust, community groups have worked with creative... More > writers to tell their stories. Included in the book, are first hand acounts, relating to images from York Art Gallery, amongst them the words of Effie Townend, a nurse from Selby, awarded the Royal Red Cross for her duty aboard HMHS Somersetshire.< Less
Their Past Your Future By York Art Gallery
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In this book, the local people of York recall the effects of war, on themselves and thier loved ones. Inspired by the collections of York Museums Trust, community groups have worked with creative... More > writers to tell their stories. Included in the book, are first hand acounts, relating to images from York Art Gallery, amongst them the words of Effie Townend, a nurse from Selby, awarded the Royal Red Cross for her duty aboard HMHS Somersetshire.< Less
My Eternal Future By Dorothy Thompson
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Dorothy grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and is mother to five children. She earned her Psychology degree from Metropolitan State University, has three grandchildren, and is a friend to the world.... More > She aims to inspire people to reach self-actualization - to reach one's truest potential. You can view her work here: www.trueself-actualization.com and www.thenewsystem.info.< Less
Interrogating the Future of Interdisciplinary Practice By Michelle graves
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Interdisciplinarity is the defining characteristic of contemporary art practice. This exhibition, through Columbia College Chicago, includes the best work from around the nation by graduating BA... More > & BFA students who demonstrate interdisciplinary risk taking, experimentation, and conceptual rigor. This exhibition includes art practice in visual, media, time-based, internet-based, sculptural, installation, sound, writing, and performance.< Less
Interrogating the Future of Interdisciplinary Practice By Michelle graves
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Interdisciplinarity is the defining characteristic of contemporary art practice. This exhibition, through Columbia College Chicago, includes the best work from around the nation by graduating BA... More > & BFA students who demonstrate interdisciplinary risk taking, experimentation, and conceptual rigor. This exhibition includes art practice in visual, media, time-based, internet-based, sculptural, installation, sound, writing, and performance.< Less
Dying to Get to the Future By Alex Oldham
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Richard Green had doubted if he and his wife Helen would ever survive into the future. After all, Cryonics was still in its infancy when they’d signed up to be frozen. But she’d been... More > convinced it would work so he’d happily followed. When he realised it had actually worked, it took a long time to accept. They were now looking forward to having their family and friends join them. It had been a long time since they’d all died. Of course, they wouldn’t get here in the same way. They'd not been frozen. They were going to be retrieved from the past, at the very point they died! iSys, the descendant of the Internet, had developed the ability to manipulate time. And at the point of death was able to transfer people’s dying minds into one of our artificial bodies. But now, some of these ‘retrievees’ are being taken by a mysterious black form. And when iSys discovers the disturbing truth that links the victims together, the consequences could mean the destruction of the very universe itself!< Less