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Reads tagged with “animation”

Renata Salecl: How Limitless Choice Limits Social Change
Renata Salecl: How Limitless Choice Limits Social Change

Why having more options makes us more critical of ourselves and more politically passive.

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John Lithgow Reads Mark Twain, Live-Illustrated
John Lithgow Reads Mark Twain, Live-Illustrated

What a chronically sleepy man has to do with litmus tests of literary success.

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Partitura: Mesmerizing Music Visualization Software
Partitura: Mesmerizing Music Visualization Software

What neurological phenomena have to do with software and the future of live performance experiences.

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Dripped: French Animated Homage to Jackson Pollock
Dripped: French Animated Homage to Jackson Pollock

Channeling the maddening hunger for art, or what 2010 Paris has to do with 1950s New York.

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<em>My Visual Diary</em>: A Month-in-the-Life in Stop-Motion
My Visual Diary: A Month-in-the-Life in Stop-Motion

What people-watching and the love of cereal have to do with fostering visual literacy.

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Happy Birthday, Velcro: From Nature to NASA, Animated
Happy Birthday, Velcro: From Nature to NASA, Animated

Innovation that sticks, or how to turn nature’s aggravations into universal usefulness.

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