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Archive for July 14th, 2006


Wasted Talent: A Scanner Darkly


Wasted talent John Patterson Friday July 14, 2006 The Guardian If you’re making a serious movie about drugs, it doesn’t hurt to assemble a cast that knows whereof it collectively speaks. And for his adaptation of A Scanner Darkly, Philip K Dick’s unsettling 1977 masterpiece about drugs, fractured identity, paranoia and betrayal, Richard Linklater has […]

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The Museum of Fantastic Specimens


Hajime Emoto creates very convincing imaginary creatures, all with a slightly desiccated appearance, that range from the strikingly demonic (like the example above) to more mundane fish, amphibians and plant life. Site is Japanese-only but that don’t let that prevent you from browsing. Via The Nonist. Elsewhere on { feuilleton } • The fantastic art […]

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Atta Kim: On-Air


New York Series, 57th Street, 8 Hours (2005). Atta Kim: On-Air International Center of Photography 1133 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street, New York June 9 through August 27, 2006 This exhibition presents a selection of recent works from the ON-AIR Project by the Korean contemporary artist Atta Kim (born 1956). For these large-scale, […]

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