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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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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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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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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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An article in NYT about Mr Anna Hazare and his mission fighting corruption in India, inspired me to make this work. About why some people can be so strong for themselves and others.. article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/19/world/asia/19hazare.html?pagewanted=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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Based on the article in the International Herald Tribune of August 17th, about Phantom States, I prolonged the idea of being real or phantom. Who is real, who is a masquerade and who becomes real? Even by walking on the streets one can sometime be confused whether the surrounding is real or phantom. Who will […]

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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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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 Semakau Landfill in Singapore, where disposal and touristic attractions, rare flora and fauna are combined, i wondered where more energy out of disposal can be found in the (near) future..   basic photo made by Markus Nilling article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/16/science/16landfill.html?_r=1&scp=2&sq=singapore&st=cse 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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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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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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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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The closest you can get to the news.                                     Tweet

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The peach was good. 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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The image was inspired by coverage of the media relating to the response of Londoners and people elsewhere in other cities of the England after the recent  riots, people who live in the areas took the streets together, the days after and helped their affected communities. What is also very impressive how the social media […]

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  Gold, does it give us the right future?   the basic photo of the gold piece comes from: www.relatiegeschenken.nl 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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  The stock markets all over the world are insecure. Where to relate to? Who is the guiding principle? To whom does the little voice in our head listen to?   Basic photo of head with hands derives from:  http://relax-mind.blogspot.com/2009_02_01_archive.htmlhttp://relax-mind.blogspot.com/2009_02_01_archive.html   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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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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Human rights activists is detained Belarussian financial police detained the former Soviet republic’s leading human rights activist, Ales Belyatsky, on tax evasion charges, his organistation, Vesna-96, said Friday, denouncing the case as political. The group said Mr. Belyatsky, 48, was detained late on Thursday. (reuters) 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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In Amsterdam, the streets full of people getting ready for the gay-parade on the canals. The NYT was far away for a moment. Overwhelmed with the people and their excitement. The theme, although, is worldwide. This year next to the fire department, the police also a boat for the military and for the first time a […]

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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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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 read an article about a guy who wanted to walk across the Niagara Falls, and wondered why people want to do such thing, for ordinary people… Tweet

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Stephanie Tichenor. 08.05.11. Obama, Shell, and the Artic. Stephanie Tichenor. 08.05.11. Obama, Shell, and the Artic.   Tweet

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    releave the big mountains or do we make them big? without mountains nothing to concur no concur no glory men proud to be   Photographer of the newspaper photo: AMR Abdallah Dalsh/Reuters, in international herald tribune of wednesday, august 3, 2011 Tweet

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Turkey caught a bug. It looks like many turkeys caught salmonella. let’s see 36 million lbs of ground turkey, average turkey weighs 20 lbs thats= a lot of turkeys infected with salmonella.     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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The decision is made. One thinks it is the right decision. One wants to trust someone, or better, something? Tweet

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Hope to fly the right eye kite this weekend. 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. These works involve 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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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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Today I read about Anabell Vargas who has been missing for over a week. Missing. The open ended-ness of it, the possibilities. I chose to represent this newsbite with an open window. I saw myself seated in Anabell’s room looking out the window, where is she? Anabell Vargas. Mini quilt. Machine sewn fabric and trim. Tweet

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  Approaching the 2nd of August 2011, a date which drove people to despair? Tweet

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Playing in the mud Tweet

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We each morning read and “digest” bad news with our 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 […]

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My 1st piece this month is based on a story of a little 11 year old missing girl, found dead. The story is here. This story happens to be written by my friend and next door neighbor, Corky Siemaszko a NY Daily News reporter. I decided to work not from the angle of this little […]

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House Republicans Try to Roll Back Environmental Rules From today’s New York Times Science Section: “With the nation’s attention diverted by the drama over the debt ceiling, Republicans in the House of Representatives are loading up an appropriations bill with 39 ways — and counting — to significantly curtail environmental regulation.” List to Date: Blocks […]

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Early Media Prophet Is Now Getting His Due From today’s New York Times Art Section: “Last week events in Europe, Washington and three Canadian cities honored the centennial of the birth of the man who is now widely credited as the world’s first media theorist and who introduced ideas like “the medium is the message” […]

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Amy Winehouse, British Soul Singer With a Troubled Life, Dies at 27 Subtitled: Through the Looking Glass Tweet

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Social media history becomes a new job hurdle From an article in today’s New York Times: “Possible employers may look at everything you’ve said or done online in the past seven years” Tweet

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The Hated and the Hater, Both Touched by Crime Today the New York Times interviewed Rais Bhuiyan, a Muslim man born in Pakistan who was the sole survivor of three men shot in a hate crime against perpetrated against Arabic-looking men by a man in Dallas who claims he was seeking retribution for 9/11. Mr. […]

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Utility Shelves Ambitious Plan to Limit Carbon Tweet

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In Midwest, Flutters May Be Far Fewer In Midwest, Flutters May Be Far Fewer Today the New York Times cites a study by the journal Insect Conservation and Diversity that finds the Monarch butterfly population is dwindling, due in no small part to crops having been genetically engineered to withstand being sprayed with Monsato’s Roundup […]

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“The cost is borne not just by taxpayers, but in the erosion of faith people have in those who protect and serve” Stories about steroid abuse and doping filled the pages of the national and local newspapers today. Between the Roger Clemens trial and coverage of the Tour de France most of the articles were […]

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Inspired by a New York Times photo by Nadia Shira Cohen The United States boat The Audacity of Hope, docked in Athens on Friday, tried to sail to Gaza as part of a protest flotilla. Greece turned the boat back. Greece Jails U.S. Captain in Gaza Flotilla A judge contended that the boat, The Audacity […]

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It’s July and I’m on a train heading toward a very short stay at a beach house in Maine for a family celebration. The environmental disasters of late, coupled with the inevitable increasing temperatures on the East Coast make me think the days of idyllic summers on the water are numbered. I wish I were […]

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The police and demonstrators clashed Wednesday in Athens during protests against austerity measures passed by Parliament. Markets rallied globally, but John Kolesidis’s front page photograph reminded me of tragic open water rescues, where rescuer and victim, in their panicked states, pull one another under the water and both perish. Government officials who are locked in […]

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