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TARSplay

“TARSPlay” = Some Gobsmackingly Good Cosplay

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TARS

Loving TARS + CASE: Interstellar [Behind the Scenes]

[TARS and CASE: CASE and TARS…I loved these guys *so* *dang* *much* when watching Interstellar. Their designs weren’t completely sheen-believable from a strictly engineering/industrial design perspective, yes, but their embodiment of robots as nonstandard nonhumanoid was marvellous. To achieve such a level of character empathy and differentiation between such “articulated planks” = crafting at its […]
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Donna Haraway

Naming the Epoch: Haraway Ripping Up the Anthropocene

Donna Haraway, “Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Chthulucene: Staying with the Trouble”. “It has become literally unthinkable to do good work in any interesting field with the premises of individualism, methodological individualism, and human exceptionalism. None of the most generative and creative intellectual work being done today any longer spends much time except as a kind of footnote […]
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The Truncate

#E-Publishing in the Arts

A fantastic talk from Florian Cramer regarding a Research Project collaboration between 2 schools: Institute of Network Cultures and the Hogeschool van Amsterdam [affiliated with the Willem de Kooning Academy]. Having just dealt with many of the issues Florian outlines in regards to E-Publishing while creating my new “Pre- + Post-Internet” Publication “The Truncate”, the […]
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GameLoading Trailer

GameLoading: Rise of the Indies Trailer

Lovely to see such industry peers such as Tales and Tales and League of Geeks pop up here.