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  • Conservation 2.0: RABBIT ISLAND

    Conservation 2.0: RABBIT ISLAND

    An ER doctor's attempt to un-subdivide the land

    Can we reverse history? Can we un-cut American land that has previously been though four hundred years of parcelization and subdivision? Dr. Robert Gorski is trying to start a dialogue around these questions by using a remote island in Lake Superior as an example. Here he discusses why he bought Rabbit Island and what he wants to do with it. ...

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    05.22.2016|Art/Culture

  • CELEBRATE YOUR OWN COMMUNITY

    CELEBRATE YOUR OWN COMMUNITY

    A brooklyn artist puts out Kizu magazine

    Alison Kizu-Blair, a Brooklyn based artist, recently put out her own magazine KIZU. With the first issue, printed in black and white, she featured 11 female Brooklyn based painters in her community, asking them a set of questions, and shooting their portraits. ...

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    12/03/2013|Art/Culture

  • THE FUTURE MEETS ANCIENT HISTORY

    THE FUTURE MEETS ANCIENT HISTORY

    Mariko Mori's Rebirth

    Rebirth, Mariko Mori's recent show at Japan Society, proved that her world has expanded into different spaces, literally and figuratively. ...

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    11.27.2013|Art/Culture

  • WILD WORLD OF NATURAL FRAGRANCE

    WILD WORLD OF NATURAL FRAGRANCE

    JUNIPER RIDGE: Re-thinking the Concept of Perfumery

    Juniper Ridge, the world's only wild fragrance company, has been providing a solution to us pathetic city dwellers who love nature.   ...

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    11.20.2013|Style/Design

  • A LIFE OF A CINEMATOGRAPHER

    A LIFE OF A CINEMATOGRAPHER

    Eulogies for Ryo Murakami

    Outside of movie industry insiders, movie goers often overlook the role of the cinematographer even though it is often their magic that makes a big difference in the craft of movie making. ...

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    11/11/2013|Art/Culture

  • EVERYBODY STREET: NYC the MUSE

    EVERYBODY STREET: NYC the MUSE

    Q&A with Cheryl Dunn

    Back in 2010, South Street Seaport Museum commissioned photographer and filmmaker Cheryl Dunn to make a short film about street photography to celebrate its exhibition about Alfred Stieglitz.   ...

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    10.30.2013|Art/Culture

  • INVISIBLE VISIONS

    INVISIBLE VISIONS

    Essay by Pat Noecker

    Pat Noecker, aka RAFT, explores what could come after the interdependancy between music and art ...

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    10.09.2013|Music

  • AMETSUCHI: WEAVING FIVE PIECES INTO ONE STORY

    AMETSUCHI: WEAVING FIVE PIECES INTO ONE STORY

    Q&A with Rinko Kawauchi

    Rinko Kawauchi’s most recent body of work culminated in her latest book AMETSUCHI ...

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    07.02.2013|Art/Culture

  • WHAT DO WE HAVE MIDDLE FINGERS FOR?

    WHAT DO WE HAVE MIDDLE FINGERS FOR?

    Quick Pics, sequence 2

    One of the stories we ran in our first iPad edition was titled "Quick Pics" where curator Brandon Joyce asked nine artists ...

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    06.11.2013|Art/Culture

  • MEU AMIGO ARTO

    MEU AMIGO ARTO

    A Sneak Peak Into Arto Lindsay's Secret Show

    I don't remember where I met Arto Lindsay as I almost never remember where I met friends for the first time, ...

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    05.17.2013|Music

  • ELEGY FOR A BUILDING

    ELEGY FOR A BUILDING

    Jesse Lent on the Death of a Great Club

    The last time I was at Zebulon, it was packed. ...

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    02.07.2013|Music

  • VOICE AS AN INSTRUMENT

    VOICE AS AN INSTRUMENT

    Q&A with Oorutaichi

    I discovered Oorutaichi when he released MISEN Gymnastics from Bearfunk in 2007.It was this crazy sound that ...

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    01.24.2013|Music

  • ELECTRICITY AS A MEANS OF EXPRESSION

    ELECTRICITY AS A MEANS OF EXPRESSION

    Phillip Stearns Interview

    Phillip Stearns considers his medium to be electricity. His background in engineering and applied physics leads to ...

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    01.09.2013|Art/Culture

  • JOURNAL: NEW BRAIN, THE BENEFIT

    JOURNAL: NEW BRAIN, THE BENEFIT

    Jeffrey Shagawat's Journey Through Cancer

    Jeffrey Shagawat is a 37 year old photographer based in New York City. ...

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    09.25.2012|Art/Culture

  • GO FLY A KITE

    GO FLY A KITE

    Photo essay by Alison Kizu-Blair

    In the beginning of the summer I was invited by my friend Lee Dares to do an artist collaboration with ...

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    09.05.2012|Art/Culture

  • WHY <em>CREATIVE GROWTH FOR EVERYBODY</em> MATTERS

    WHY CREATIVE GROWTH FOR EVERYBODY MATTERS

    Interview with Joel Knoernschild

    When I first heard of Creative Growth for Everybody , I wasn't too into the name. ...

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    05.17.2012|Style/Design

  • EVER-CHANGING RADIATION GARDEN

    EVER-CHANGING RADIATION GARDEN

    Artwork by Luke Murphy

    Luke Murphy, a New York based artist, uses anxiety as one of the central themes in exploring the fundamentals ...

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    04.20.2012|Art/Culture

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