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Temples of Knowledge: Protecting the Ideals of Free Speech

03/05/2022 architecture & interior visual culture

Temples of Knowledge: Protecting the Ideals of Free Speech

"Information is the first step towards change. That’s why access to free, independent information is essential in a democracy." The Uncensored Library works to celebrate and commemorate those who have given their lives in order to protect the ideals of free speech.

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The Revolution of Cannabis Culture

20/04/2022 design & fashion visual culture

The Revolution of Cannabis Culture

When lawmakers around the world began legalizing cannabis in the 2010s, it’s unlikely that they intended to spawn a revolution across creativity and health. The shift was subtle at first, but the transformation of cannabis continues to gain momentum today.

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In Conversation With Brett Harper and Margaret Rhodes

04/04/2022 visual culture

In Conversation With Brett Harper and Margaret Rhodes

To see the natural world through Harper’s eyes is to revel in the purity of color, form, and balance, providing his audiences with thousands of pictures that allow the viewer to inhabit this point of view.

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The Museum of Endangered Foods

11/08/2021 visual culture

The Museum of Endangered Foods

This conceptual museum asks what would the pantry and kitchen be without wine, avocados, and potatoes? Many of the foods we consider necessary in most parts of the world could soon be on the brink of extinction if patterns continue. Explore this project by Sharp & Sour.
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The Cycle of Time Envisaged Through Himali Singh Soin

17/06/2021 visual culture

The Cycle of Time Envisaged Through Himali Singh Soin

Frieze Artist Award winner Himali Singh Soin spent the pandemic contemplating the modern face of healing and rituals in a commercialized world. Working with her partner, they created a three-channel film that was inspired by the Kalachakra mandala.
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An Aquatic Pilgrimage Through Denisse Ariana Pérez’s Lens

25/05/2021 visual culture

An Aquatic Pilgrimage Through Denisse Ariana Pérez’s Lens

Caribbean-born and Copenhagen-based photographer Denisse Ariana Pérez traveled the world to photograph women, men, and non-binary folks in or around water. Her work documents the freedom and power that water can give to individuals, but also how they are free of societal constructs.
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