"To go for a walk with him was a revelation, he would notice so much."
Jane B. Drew | Apr 13
The more we expose ourselves to the prose of the victims, the more visibility we give them.
Gabrielle Decamous | Apr 6
From Challand’s ‘Normal Bicycle’ to Wilson’s Avatar 2000.
Tony Hadland and Hans-Erhard Lessing | Mar 25
The sublime underlies the nobility of Classicism, the awe of Romantic nature, and the terror of the Gothic.
Simon Morley | Mar 22
The story of a numerical system nearly consigned to oblivion.
Stephen Chrisomalis | Mar 18
For Kuliscioff, socialism was not merely an economic solution to the evils of the world, but a “moral solution” that would transform humanity into the “consortium of the free and equal.”
Jamila M. H. Mascat | Mar 8
For thousands of years, plants have been cultivated not only for economic reasons, but to serve magic, lure immortal beings, and for aesthetic pleasure.
George Gessert | Mar 4
Xerography was not only central to the production and dissemination of art and community, but changed who could be an active participant in the making of culture.
Kate Eichhorn | Feb 23
Progress in human morality can still happen, but is far from guaranteed.
Philip Laughlin | Feb 16
An illustrated guide to the often-humble final resting places of famous architects, from Alvar Aalto to Frank Lloyd Wright.
Henry H. Kuehn | Feb 1