Saying most rapists are men is not the same as saying most men are rapists and if you are too thick to understand that then please just stop talking about feminism thanks bye
tbh I don’t know what purpose my ig serves.. I don’t really have any artistic ambitions
stressed for the regents today :((((((
RUN COMPUTER RUN - SWAG
Prints, postcards, t-shirts and tote bags designed by the artists participating in the Run Computer Run augmented reality exhibition ‘Economics + The Immaterial’ (more here and here) are now available to order.
You can have a look to see what is available here
(I have to say, the Francoise Gamma collection looks pretty damn desirable …)
EXCERPTS >|< The Spirit of ‘43 (1943)
A series of gifs excerpted from The Spirit of ‘43. Donald Duck deals with income taxes and their benefit to the American war effort against nazism.
We invite you to watch the full video HERE
Una serie di gif estratte da The Spirit of ‘43: Paperino ha a che fare con le tasse e la loro utilità a sostegno della guerra degli americani contro i nazisti
Vi invitiamo a vedere il video originale QUI
EXCERPTS by OKKULT MOTION PICTURES: a collection of gifs excerpted from open source/unknown/rare/controversial moving images. A digital humanities project for the diffusion of open knowledge.
It’s almost the weekend. Thus, a cat as sushi.
[When] I came across this bizarre ad series by the Japanese company Tange and Nakimushi Peanuts, I was greatly disturbed. How could anyone even think of letting a cat rub its furry body all over their sushi? This is wrong on so many levels.
A retired professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, has developed a sensor that goes beyond the usual chemical monitor. This portable device checks the air for smog components that hurt human health.
NPR Video Credits:
Produced by: Adam Cole
Senior Producers: Vikki Valentine and Ben de la Cruz
Music: Brise Napolitaine, Django Reinhart and Guerino
Visually stunning short film from Kibwe Tavares (who directed Robots of Brixton) on a moment of chance that changes a town.
It’s a damn good way to spend 15 minutes of your day, I promise - video and description below:
Mbwana and his best friend Juma are two young men with big dreams. These dreams become reality when they photograph a gigantic fish leaping out of the sea and their small town blossoms into a tourist hot-spot as a result. But for Mbwana, the reality isn’t what he dreamed – and when he meets the fish again, both of them forgotten, ruined and old, he decides only one of them can survive. Jonah is a big fish story about the old and the new, and the links and the distances between them. A visual feast, shot though with humour and warmth, it tells an old story in a completely new way.
Audio visual installation by RYOICHI KUROKAWA: