From the monthly archives: September 2011

Inspired by an article in NY times about the UN arab spring discussions today, i wondered what is it that people are discussing about borders so much? article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/23/world/middleeast/israeli-palestinian-dispute-upstages-arab-spring-at-united-nations.html?_r=1&nl=todaysheadlines&emc=globasasa2 Tweet

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Here is an update on the New(s) toy. It turned out to be a “she” in dedication to my Mediterranean sisters who have been a vital component to Gaddafi’s (and the others like him) being forced out of power. Tweet

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“NEW(s)” toy

September 12, 2011 by

“Munny” toys by Kid Robot give you the freedom to design your own toy. For this September 365 I wanted to experiment with a toy telling the news. I call this project “NEW(s)” toy. Here is the progress of the Sept. 9-15th time period. Tweet

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i think a lot about safety these days. not only on THIS day of all days. i am raising a toddler, there is not a moment safety is far from my thoughts. BUT today it is overwhelming. i made the tiniest of quilts, a little over two inches long, too tiny even for a smurf. […]

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I decided to re-imagine the Berliner Morgenpost as a paper that posts my observations of the city and poses some questions I have about it. Tweet

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The world as a cloud of information, identities, labels, tweets, statuses – words and numbers, rather than color and light. Tweet

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The cover of today’s New York Post, boldly proclaiming “Praise Jesus!”, was originally in reference to Venezuelan baseball catcher Jesus Montero of the NY Yankees, who hit his first Major League home run the day before.   Out of context, however, I found it a very appropriate headline for this conservatively-biased and sensationalistic tabloid. I […]

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  As the multitude of information becomes increasingly larger and omnipresent , it seems to me that there is a danger in thinking that we can know everything and that our knowledge is full of hard facts. But even within a world so thick with media, we still only see and a slice of what […]

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Stephanie Tichenor. 09.05.11. irene sympathy card. In my home, on my block, in our town and surrounding towns and counties: The waters have receded but the clean up continues. photos to follow. Tweet

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You may ask, what do artists have to say about journalism? We have become masters of filtering media. What we lack is context and history to negotiate the significance of the news. This blog is about deconstructing and re-imagining the news. Over the last eight months 365dop artists have analyzed and weighed the value of […]

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