The practice of drawing is a simple and accessible means to become more mindful and aware of our inner and outer worlds.
Andrea Kantrowitz | Nov 11
A story from Adrian Hon’s book “A New History of the Future in 100 Objects”
Adrian Hon | Nov 9
One of Guibert’s most powerful and unforgettable stories, a tender summoning of his close friend Michel Foucault upon his death.
Hervé Guibert | Translated by Jeffrey Zuckerman | Oct 27
More than 40 years ago, Lyn Lofland, who died last month, published a book that changed how I think about death and dying.
John Troyer | Oct 24
A brief history.
Jan E. Dizard & Mary Zeiss Stange | Oct 18
From homegrown furniture to fermented textiles to circular models of local material production.
Matthew Wizinsky | Oct 14
“What can’t go on won’t go on. Capitalism is breaking the system, meaning people’s lives and the biosphere.”
James Bradley | Oct 11
Harvard's LCGSA was a significant educational experiment, training one of the first generations of designers in computers and new media.
Evangelos Kotsioris | Oct 6
A little-known story of a forgotten artist, an iconoclastic socialite, and an obscure painting that fetched more than a Mondrian and Magritte combined.
Richard Meyer | Oct 3
Hip-hop DJ culture provides a rich site for exploring how culture and industry can converge and collaborate, as well as how they need each other to move forward.
André Sirois | Sep 22