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The most gorgeous clouds yesterday.

The most gorgeous clouds yesterday.

— 5 days ago

aestheticgoddess:

Maiko Gubler explores the intersection of the digital world and the real world with these Gradient Bangles

want!

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preoccupations:

Edward Snowden with a framed piece of a computer that was destroyed in the Guardian basement at the request of the British government. Photograph: Alan Rusbridger.

preoccupations:

Edward Snowden with a framed piece of a computer that was destroyed in the Guardian basement at the request of the British government. Photograph: Alan Rusbridger.

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40°46’56″N; 73°57’55″W

40°46’56″N; 73°57’55″W

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tranceend:

Laura Levine.
'Tina Weymouth & Grandmaster Flash, New York’, 1981 

tranceend:

Laura Levine.

'Tina Weymouth & Grandmaster Flash, New York’, 1981 

(Source: secretcinema1, via stellavista)

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powhida:

Diealectics, Graphite, colored pencil, and watercolor on paper. 15” x 19”, 2014. 

powhida:

Diealectics, Graphite, colored pencil, and watercolor on paper. 15” x 19”, 2014. 

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mapsinchoate:

A 1722 Chinese woodblock map of the world by Lü Weifan, this astronomic map includes a table of the great dynasties of China, maps of the planets, quotes from literature, etc. *

mapsinchoate:

A 1722 Chinese woodblock map of the world by Lü Weifan, this astronomic map includes a table of the great dynasties of China, maps of the planets, quotes from literature, etc. *

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This past Memorial Day weekend, New Yorkers who happened to look up may have seen the words EXISTENCE OR NONEXISTENCE appear across the skyline in synchronized bursts of white smoke. 

The seemingly spontaneous event was a project of mine called Severe Clear. It was inspired by a letter the CIA sent the ACLU rejecting their Freedom of Information Act request for documents relating to the U.S. government’s classified drone program. The letter reiterates the now familiar Glomar response, stating that the agency can “neither confirm nor deny the existence or nonexistence” of records responsive to the request. (via EXISTENCE OR NONEXISTENCE: CIA’s Linguistic Somersault Takes to the Sky | American Civil Liberties Union)

This past Memorial Day weekend, New Yorkers who happened to look up may have seen the words EXISTENCE OR NONEXISTENCE appear across the skyline in synchronized bursts of white smoke.

The seemingly spontaneous event was a project of mine called Severe Clear. It was inspired by a letter the CIA sent the ACLU rejecting their Freedom of Information Act request for documents relating to the U.S. government’s classified drone program. The letter reiterates the now familiar Glomar response, stating that the agency can “neither confirm nor deny the existence or nonexistence” of records responsive to the request. (via EXISTENCE OR NONEXISTENCE: CIA’s Linguistic Somersault Takes to the Sky | American Civil Liberties Union)

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Fay Nicolson

We Exist! We Have the Will! We Are Producing! (2011)

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Fay Nicolson

We Exist! We Have the Will! We Are Producing! (2011)

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