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reading the article about the protest in Russia, i see a similarity in the protests, whether they are in Russia, Egypt, Tunisia, Syria, or an occupy movement….. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/11/world/europe/thousands-protest-in-moscow-russia-in-defiance-of-putin.html?_r=1&nl=todaysheadlines&emc=globaleua2 Tweet

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October 1, 2011 by

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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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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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Review- Gone from triple A to double A, Goodbye Irene, Dog Days of Summer-August, Still looking for some one to hang, unemployment is still high, Stocks Tumble, people with answers- people with questions, and there is still Strange Fruit in different forms if you look. Tweet

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One month of 365 days of print passed by. What’s one month? Normally spoken not that much changes in one month, but…. Tweet

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We each morning read and “digest” bad news with breakfast, mostly of violence of humans against humans, while we sit at our breakfast table. My work involves manipulated re-photography of these socially violent news-images in a way that makes the photograph, ‘frozen’ by a photojournalist’s camera, ‘melt’ again to convey a powerfully expressionistic statement about […]

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BLOOMBITO

August 31, 2011 by

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/31/nyregion/poking-fun-at-the-mayor-el-leadero-in-el-stormo.html?_r=1 Tweet

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inspired by an article about the need for or impossibility of Utopia i created this work.   article: http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/08/28/the-meaning-of-utopia/?ref=opinion&nl=opinion&emc=tya1 Tweet

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http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/30/opinion/falser-words-were-never-spoken.html This OP ED reminded me of Freshman year at Cooper where we made stupid Art jokes. This is still my favorite quote Antonio made up. Tweet

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Stephanie TIchenor. 08.30.11. +++after math+++ this video (please click link above)  is based on all the coverage of the aftermath of hurricane irene. i am flipping through one of my sketchbooks  that were ruined by the storm. it may be long and dull but i hope it conveys the daunting task of sorting through our […]

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See video at:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YF-Ao7zTApA Tweet

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We each morning read and “digest” bad news with breakfast, mostly of violence of humans against humans, while we sit at our breakfast table. My work involves manipulated re-photography of these socially violent news-images in a way that makes the photograph, ‘frozen’ by a photojournalist’s camera, ‘melt’ again to convey a powerfully expressionistic statement about […]

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inspired by an article about a small town in Italy, which doesn’t want to merge with another neighbour town. Now it wants to become an independent principality, and looks for a prince… i made this work. What makes it that we are so focused to our ‘own’ identity, nationality, state? article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/30/world/europe/30italy.html?ref=europe Tweet

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August 29, 2011 by

This is a homage piece for the last “random roommate” I had…I can’t find her on facebook. She has a facebook. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/29/opinion/when-roommates-were-random.html   Tweet

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Just say NO to GMO’s Tweet

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We each morning read and “digest” bad news with breakfast, mostly of violence of humans against humans, while we sit at our breakfast table. My work involves manipulated re-photography of these socially violent news-images in a way that makes the photograph, ‘frozen’ by a photojournalist’s camera, ‘melt’ again to convey a powerfully expressionistic statement about […]

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Fallow Land Tweet

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inspired by an article about the downside of immortality and mortality as our basis for poets, philosophy, political, religious views of our live, which I found very refreshing, i made this work. article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/28/opinion/sunday/torchwood-gives-glimpse-of-eternal-life.html?_r=1 Tweet

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The latest drawing from the 365daysofprint Eyewitness spread   Tweet

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http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/28/opinion/sunday/glitter-a-kinder-gentler-prank.html?_r=1&ref=opinion A friendly reminder, for Bloomberg, that not all problems are solved with money and that I and many residents of New York City are not happy with you’re so called reforms. Tweet

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What will I carry into tomorrow. What will I remember about today. Tweet

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We each morning read and “digest” bad news with breakfast, mostly of violence of humans against humans, while we sit at our breakfast table. My work involves manipulated re-photography of these socially violent news-images in a way that makes the photograph, ‘frozen’ by a photojournalist’s camera, ‘melt’ again to convey a powerfully expressionistic statement about […]

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but no one seems to know what they are…for the inmates in Rikers Island. “Many prisoners at Rikers are nonviolent offenders, stuck there on bullshit charges because they can’t afford to pay their way out, or waiting for trial and possibly innocent; they are not “evil”- Gawker.com Here’s the article… http://gawker.com/5835054/outrage-about-rikers-island-situation-growing Tweet

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AFRO

August 27, 2011 by

“Other women at the office can wash and let their hair dry naturally. If I do that without a relaxer in my hair, it will look like an Afro.” Tweet

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in answer to my letter to Irene yesterday, I surprisingly found an answer on my balcony today!   article:  http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/27/us/27hurricane.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1&nl=todaysheadlines&emc=globaleua2 Tweet

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Dogs+Cats on the subway. Tweet

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We each morning read and “digest” bad news with breakfast, mostly of violence of humans against humans, while we sit at our breakfast table. My work involves manipulated re-photography of these socially violent news-images in a way that makes the photograph, ‘frozen’ by a photojournalist’s camera, ‘melt’ again to convey a powerfully expressionistic statement about […]

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Cause of action Tweet

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an article about approaching hurricane ‘Irene’ inspired me to make this work.   article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/26/nyregion/new-york-region-prepares-for-hurricane-irene.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1&hp Tweet

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We each morning read and “digest” bad news with breakfast, mostly of violence of humans against humans, while we sit at our breakfast table. My work involves manipulated re-photography of these socially violent news-images in a way that makes the photograph, ‘frozen’ by a photojournalist’s camera, ‘melt’ again to convey a powerfully expressionistic statement about […]

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Transparency Tweet

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Basic facts Triangles are assumed to be two-dimensional plane figures, unless the context provides otherwise. In rigorous treatments, a triangle is therefore called a 2-simplex (see also Polytope). Elementary facts about triangles were presented by Euclid in books 1–4 of his Elements, around 300 BC. Tweet

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the article about the unknown whereabouts of Muammar el-Qaddafi, ‘the leader of the revolution’ according to his own conviction, inspired me to make this work article:  http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/25/world/africa/25assess.html?pagewanted=2&_r=1&nl=todaysheadlines&emc=globaleua2 Tweet

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#billyknows

August 25, 2011 by

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Okay so the Khapra beetle isn’t very large but it sounds like an enemy to our shores for sure. Khapra Beetle original photo from Customs and Border Protection via the above article. Tweet

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Sales on back to school supplies and a bounty to boot. Tweet

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We each morning read and “digest” bad news with breakfast, mostly of violence of humans against humans, while we sit at our breakfast table. My work involves manipulated re-photography of these socially violent news-images in a way that makes the photograph, ‘frozen’ by a photojournalist’s camera, ‘melt’ again to convey a powerfully expressionistic statement about […]

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I say no more… Tweet

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Thank you Corky Siemaszko for another great story. Tweet

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We each morning read and “digest” bad news with breakfast, mostly of violence of humans against humans, while we sit at our breakfast table. My work involves manipulated re-photography of these socially violent news-images in a way that makes the photograph, ‘frozen’ by a photojournalist’s camera, ‘melt’ again to convey a powerfully expressionistic statement about […]

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inspired by the article about the dismissal of the sexual assault case i made this work. article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/24/nyregion/charges-against-strauss-kahn-dismissed.html?_r=1&hp Tweet

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Has anybody wonder why most animals in art are male? I’m working on paper training them. There was a group of women artists that worn gorilla suits in the 80’s which tried to highlight the issue that 90% of the art in museums were done by men. A lot has change and that problem is […]

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TIRED

August 24, 2011 by

I was hoping not to get to this stage but alas here I am…I am jaded and tired. After my friend’s death last week the news has gotten that much more depressing. I hate this feeling but that’s how I feel. The weather is weird and earthquakes are interesting. Tweet

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An article in NYT Opinion of August 21st 2011 by Joel Marks, a professor who lost his Morals, his Reference and found a new one again, he thinks at least; and then one of the many comments on this article about that we in the west, having it all, makes that the line between good […]

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We each morning read and “digest” bad news with breakfast, mostly of violence of humans against humans, while we sit at our breakfast table. My work involves manipulated re-photography of these socially violent news-images in a way that makes the photograph, ‘frozen’ by a photojournalist’s camera, ‘melt’ again to convey a powerfully expressionistic statement about […]

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what a place to be for an earthquake, my 17 month old daughter and i were at Ikea for the quake. Tweet

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reading the NYT today, articles about Tripoli, Libya, me eye felt onto a recipe of Vitello Tonnato. Water came into my month and it inspired me to make this work. Tweet

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Where’s what a face? Tweet

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We each morning read and “digest” bad news with breakfast, mostly of violence of humans against humans, while we sit at our breakfast table. My work involves manipulated re-photography of these socially violent news-images in a way that makes the photograph, ‘frozen’ by a photojournalist’s camera, ‘melt’ again to convey a powerfully expressionistic statement about […]

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reading the article about Egypt en Israel, I wondered what future they are working towards. article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/21/world/middleeast/21egypt.html?_r=1&nl=todaysheadlines&emc=globaleua2 the basic balloon photo is from: http://www.twanetwerk.nl/default.ashx?documentid=15129 Tweet

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