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SYNAPSE Workshop 2015 | June 30 – July 4, 2015

Speculative Dust

30.04.2015 | Blog | AUTHOR: Speculative Dust DM card_for wed

“Elevage de poussieres; didn’t we raise the dust, though, old boy” -Man Ray The above mentioned quote is by the artist Man Ray in response to his photograph, “Dust Breeding”, which he took of Marcel Duchamp’s “Large Glass” as it…

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APE ART (and other kinds of order)

29.04.2015 | Blog | AUTHOR: Screen shot 2015-04-30 at 9.40.09 AM

    We polish an animal mirror to look for ourselves. The biological sciences’ focus on monkeys and apes has sought to make visible both the form and the history of our personal and social bodies. — Donna Haraway, Simians,…

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Megan Liberty reviews intercalations event at Printed Matter, NYC, for hyperallergic

21.04.2015 | Blog | AUTHOR: Screen shot 2015-04-21 at 12.23.29 AM

Linking to Megan Liberty’s review of Fantasies of the Library and the intercalations event at Printed Matter, New York, on 10 April that was published today on the hyperallergic blog:   Front to Top, Back to Bottom, A New Book…

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Jason Groves reviews “Fantasies of the Library”: Reading at the Roche Limit

19.04.2015 | Blog | AUTHOR: Screen shot 2015-04-19 at 8.38.29 PM

Linking to Jason Groves‘s review of Fantasies of the Library published yesterday on the Feedback blog Jason co-edits for Open Humanitities Press:      Reading at the Roche Limit: A Review of “Fantasies of the Library” by Jason Groves In commemoration of National…

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ART AS MULTISPECIES ENTANGLEMENT: A CONVERSATION WITH EBEN KIRKSEY ABOUT THE MULTISPECIES SALON

12.04.2015 | Blog | AUTHOR: eben kirksey catches a xenopus frog to test it for a fungal disease 2012

ART AS MULTISPECIES ENTANGLEMENT A CONVERSATION WITH EBEN KIRKSEY ABOUT THE MULTISPECIES SALON by Anna-Sophie Springer     Eben Kirksey is an ethnographer, curator, and artist and a permanent faculty member in Environmental Humanities at the University of New South Wales…

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