(via This Richard Prince–Inspired T-Shirt Hates Copyright)
Nothing quite says “fuck you” to copyright like a Mickey Mouse–meets–Richard Prince T-shirt. Whether at the gym, walking your ferret, sitting in first class on your way to Dubai, or ignoring that homeless person in front of Starbucks, this T-shirt is sure to defend you from any transgression or court case with a shield of irony.
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(via This Richard Prince–Inspired T-Shirt Hates Copyright)

Nothing quite says “fuck you” to copyright like a Mickey Mouse–meets–Richard Prince T-shirt. Whether at the gym, walking your ferret, sitting in first class on your way to Dubai, or ignoring that homeless person in front of Starbucks, this T-shirt is sure to defend you from any transgression or court case with a shield of irony.

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(via Sculpting a Nordic Landscape)
BODØ, Norway — Artscape Nordland (Skulpturlandskap Nordland), an opus of site-specific sculpture in northern Norway, includes 35 works scattered throughout Nordland county (and one in Troms), made by international artists hailing from 18 countries. The resilient sculptures in Nordland are located in municipalities both above and below the dividing line of the Arctic Circle. Most of them exist by bodies of water, where the dramatic dance of light changes constantly, altering the mood and appearance of the reflective fjords, lakes, and ocean.
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(via Sculpting a Nordic Landscape)

BODØ, Norway — Artscape Nordland (Skulpturlandskap Nordland), an opus of site-specific sculpture in northern Norway, includes 35 works scattered throughout Nordland county (and one in Troms), made by international artists hailing from 18 countries. The resilient sculptures in Nordland are located in municipalities both above and below the dividing line of the Arctic Circle. Most of them exist by bodies of water, where the dramatic dance of light changes constantly, altering the mood and appearance of the reflective fjords, lakes, and ocean.

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(via Net Neutrality Is Crucial for Artists and Arts Organizations)
When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) closed its public comment period on the issue of net neutrality earlier this week, the agency counted more than 3 million comments, the greatest volume of such input in its history. The reactions had been pouring in since the process of deliberation opened to public comment on May 15, with the FCC soliciting public feedback in its consideration of whether to reclassify the internet as a telecommunications service, and preserve what has been called net neutrality — equal access for all users — or allow for fast and slow lanes governed to varying degrees by monied interests.
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(via Net Neutrality Is Crucial for Artists and Arts Organizations)

When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) closed its public comment period on the issue of net neutrality earlier this week, the agency counted more than 3 million comments, the greatest volume of such input in its history. The reactions had been pouring in since the process of deliberation opened to public comment on May 15, with the FCC soliciting public feedback in its consideration of whether to reclassify the internet as a telecommunications service, and preserve what has been called net neutrality — equal access for all users — or allow for fast and slow lanes governed to varying degrees by monied interests.

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(via Machismo Ain’t Just for Boys Anymore)
PORTLAND, Oregon — “Macho doesn’t prove mucho,” socialite and actress Zsa Zsa Gabor once punned. And while a certain prideful strut and a slightly aggressive air may prove little, it remains a schema that frames how we perceive and gauge masculinity, which is begging to be deconstructed. Eisa Jocson‘s recent performance “Macho Dancer” (2014) at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art‘s (PICA) 2014 Time-Based Art (TBA) festival used macho gestures like muscle flexing, chest puffing, and other assertive poses. Bare-chested while simultaneously flexing her arms and flaunting her manufactured bulge, the performance was gender-bending cognitive dissonance at its artistic best.
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(via Machismo Ain’t Just for Boys Anymore)

PORTLAND, Oregon — “Macho doesn’t prove mucho,” socialite and actress Zsa Zsa Gabor once punned. And while a certain prideful strut and a slightly aggressive air may prove little, it remains a schema that frames how we perceive and gauge masculinity, which is begging to be deconstructed. Eisa Jocson‘s recent performance “Macho Dancer” (2014) at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art‘s (PICA) 2014 Time-Based Art (TBA) festival used macho gestures like muscle flexing, chest puffing, and other assertive poses. Bare-chested while simultaneously flexing her arms and flaunting her manufactured bulge, the performance was gender-bending cognitive dissonance at its artistic best.

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(via Abu Dhabi Announces Luxury Condo Development Adjacent to Guggenheim Outpost)
Abu Dhabi’s Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC) has unveiled the first residential project on Saadiyat Island, the “cultural district” home to the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, Louvre Abu Dhabi, and New York University (NYU) Abu Dhabi. Almost a mile long, the newly announced “Mamsha al Saadiyat” (Saadiyat Walk) is a beachfront mixed-use project that abuts the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, Construction Week Online reported.
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(via Abu Dhabi Announces Luxury Condo Development Adjacent to Guggenheim Outpost)

Abu Dhabi’s Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC) has unveiled the first residential project on Saadiyat Island, the “cultural district” home to the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, Louvre Abu Dhabi, and New York University (NYU) Abu Dhabi. Almost a mile long, the newly announced “Mamsha al Saadiyat” (Saadiyat Walk) is a beachfront mixed-use project that abuts the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, Construction Week Online reported.

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