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
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
"My body is as if someone had drawn a vertical line separating the two halves. The right half seems to be twice the size of the left half."
Moheb Costandi | Sep 29
We may already have a "miracle" fix for climate change: Electrify everything.
Saul Griffith | Sep 26
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
Amaranth Borsuk | Sep 19
Despite policies that aim to provide both transparency and access, most students and parents are unaware of what data is being stored and who has access to it.
Kathleen Creel & Tara Dixit | Sep 15
“’Apocalypse Now’ is an exceptional film. It is also an average American film of the post-Vietnam era.”
Serge Daney | Sep 1