Images by Bill Durgin via DesignBoom
Virtual gender swap via DesignBoom. This is an interesting concept but I don’t see why it has to be specific to gender. Size? Race? Health? Also, gender is not necessarily a binary thing as it seems to be presented here.
Speaking of gender, Facebook has some interesting news.
People are making the internet a better place! (Don’t tell my student’s I endorsed something Wikipedia related! 😉 )
A friend shared Ren Hang’s photography with me a few weeks ago because of my work on Chang Jia’s Standing Up Peeing.
Posted: February 18th, 2014 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Art Review, Body, Visual and Critical Studies | Tags: binary, DesignBoom, Facebook, gender, Wikipedia | Comments Off on Body Update: Bending
The tenth Gwangju Biennale’s theme is Burning Down The House. According to the Biennale website, “Burning Down the House explores the process of burning and transformation, a cycle of obliteration and renewal witnessed throughout history. Evident in aesthetics, historical events, and an increasingly rapid course of redundancy and renewal in commercial culture, the Biennale reflects on this process of, often violent, events of destruction or self-destruction―burning the home one occupies―followed by the promise of the new and the hope for change.” Read the rest here.
Click here for a list of the past nine iterations
See more here.
Posted: February 17th, 2014 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Art Review | Comments Off on Burning Down The House, the Tenth Gwangju Biennale
Screen shot of the Google Doodle for 14 February 2014.
Also, a fun playlist for the day.
Have a great, day!
Posted: February 14th, 2014 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Lifestyle | Tags: Anthropologie, Google, Google Doodle, Ira Glass, Roger Neill, This American Life, Valentine's Day | Comments Off on Happy V-Day