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by remkodeknikker

The story of Chicago and its hinterland is one of the wildest histories of socio-economic growth you will encounter. In

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by Tom Baker

Anne Dunn’s paintings seem to explore the middle zones: Between being and not being, between beauty and decay. Fruit and

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by remkodeknikker

One of my favorite garage punk songs by English artists is the Headcoats’ ‘Art or Arse’ with Billy Childish (from

Posted in Arts, Neuroesthetics, New York, Philosophy, Science, USA

by Tom Baker

Throughout history, western images of the Islamic world have been subject to moulding and re-framing. ‘The orient’ is positioned either

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by remkodeknikker

James Turrell’s latest light work is nothing less than a visual and spacial metamorphosis of the iconic spiral of the

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by remkodeknikker

Min-Sik Choi is the godfather of the Korean actors guild. He established himself as a cult hero with his role

Posted in Korea, Movie Reviews

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French philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville formulated an opinion of America that Americans still strongly believe in today, the myth of

Posted in USA

by George Induashvili

Fear No.1 One day I will understand that straight lines are necessary, but optimism will quiet me and I will

Posted in Georgia, Poetry

by Luis Benitez

Afar, the large polite world of language here, the wide serenity of things in the ocean’s bottom where it lives

Posted in Argentina, Poetry

by Serafin Roldan-Santiago

Edward T. Hall, anthropologist and author of The Hidden Dimension (1966), first coined the term, “proxemics” in the early 1960s.

Posted in Op-Ed, USA