whywouldyoueven
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pacegallery:

Museum Mondays: We hope you had a Happy 4th of July weekend!  In case you haven’t had your fill on burgers we suggest visiting Claes Oldenburg’s “Floor Burger” in MoMA’s current exhibit Claes Oldenburg: The Street and The Store on view now until August 5th, 2013.
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new-aesthetic:

"Realeyes records volunteer reactions to ads and sends the data back to the firm for processing. The software recognizes general expressions like happiness, fear, anger, disgust, sadness, and surprise."
Realeyes Emotion Detection Software Knows How You’re Feeling About Their Clients’ Ads | Singularity Hub, via jomc.
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contemporaryartdaily:

John Knight at Galerie NEU and MD 72
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new-aesthetic:

"How much does the metadata gathered in your inbox reveal about you? Quite a lot, judging by what researchers at the MIT Media Lab have managed to accomplish with Immersion. They’ve built a web app that — once you grant it permission to do so — digs through your email history to piece together a “people-centric view of your email life." What does Immersion look at, exactly? Only the senders, recipients (including those CC’d), and timestamps within your email archives. It steers clear of subject lines and the actual bodies of your messages. Still, the end result is fairly impressive depending on how much Immersion has to work with. What first appears to be an arbitrary list of people you’ve contacted is actually linked together in logical ways. (Again, this will depend largely on how far back your email trail goes.)"
MIT tool connects the dots of your life through Gmail metadata | The Verge
Immersion
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lacma:

Spend your lunch hour with curators from LACMA, the Guggenheim, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston for a conversation about James Turrell!
Live Google Art Talk starts at 12pm Pacific.
James Turrell, Breathing Light, 2013, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, purchased with funds provided by Kayne Griffin Corcoran and the Kayne Foundation, © James Turrell, Photo © Florian Holzherr
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oldgreystone:

The linen jacket above was made by Agnes Richter, a seamstress and patient in an Austrian asylum during the late 1800’s. She constructed the jacket from cloth typically used in the institution and embroidered her story onto the fabric. (via annekata)
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momatalks:

NY Postcards. No.1
http://amatterofart.tumblr.com/
by Paulina Wachowicz
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babylonfalling:

Visual De-Education Kits, 1967
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eastafricaart:

Painting by Samuel Githui, who recently participated in the “Hello East Africa” exhibition in KIgali, Rwanda
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eastafricaart:

Painting by Samuel Githui
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eastafricaart:

Painting by Samuel Githui