Elitism ‘La scultura lingua morta III’, the first solo show at the gallery by Italian artist Giorgio Andreotta Calò. ‘La scultura lingua morta III’ gravitates around sculpture, a discipline that the artist has been following for years, alongside site-specific and performative works. Sculpture is therefore the result of an entropic process of transformation that starts with a human, natural gesture, which extends in space and time and crystallises into an object; an object which represents through its form and material the last stage of the modification of matter. In this way, the form of the Hourglass (Clessidra) provides a synthesis into an absolute form based on the corrosion of wood when left in water, subject to the constant vertical movement of the tide. The wood is copied and is then cast in bronze, a transformation into an incorruptible material which is almost capable of suspending time and revealing it to be static, unmoving.
Swissuniversity - Switzerland's Universities Welcome to Swissuniversity. This web site has been developed with two content access modalities: visual and oral. You are now browsing with the visual modality. If you are listening to the web site, you can change the modality and access the oral one, following the next link. Access to the oral modality of the web site. Switzerland's Universities Research Horizons Research Horizons is the University of Cambridge’s research magazine. Foreword for Issue 26 (Spotlight on Imaging) from the Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research: If there’s one thing that Cambridge has always excelled in, it’s finding new ways of looking at the world. And now, this is quite literally true. Issue 26 focuses on research that’s been enabled by the ability to explore far beyond what the eye can see. From visualising microscopic cells to massive galaxies, imaging is a core tool for many research fields today, and it’s also the basis of a surge in recent technical developments – some of which are being pioneered in Cambridge.
Katherine Kam is a journalist in the San Francisco Bay Area who specializes in health reporting. Baggage Check It’s a tale of two men. Alfred Paine began life in wealth and privilege. His family wasn’t warm or close, but his parents endowed him with a trust fund at birth and later, an Ivy League education. When he died, though, he counted no close friends. MA Graphic Media Design - London College of Communication Facts Content and Structure Content ResearchGate ResearchGate was built by scientists, for scientists. It started when two researchers discovered first-hand that collaborating with a friend or colleague on the other side of the world was no easy task. Founded in 2008 by physicians Dr. Ijad Madisch and Dr.
Happy Birthday, Brain Pickings: 7 Things I Learned in 7 Years of Reading, Writing, and Living by Maria Popova Reflections on how to keep the center solid as you continue to evolve. UPDATE: The fine folks of Holstee have turned these seven learnings into a gorgeous letterpress poster inspired by mid-century children’s book illustration. On October 23, 2006, I sent a short email to a few friends at work — one of the four jobs I held while paying my way through college — with the subject line “brain pickings,” announcing my intention to start a weekly digest featuring five stimulating things to learn about each week, from a breakthrough in neuroscience to a timeless piece of poetry. “It should take no more than 4 minutes (hopefully much less) to read,” I promised. This was the inception of Brain Pickings.
Our visit to the Logitech Daniel Borel Innovation Center - By Ino and CtrlAltel1te Our visit to the Logitech Daniel Borel Innovation Center - By Ino and Ctrl Introduction On the 18th of November 2014 we were given the great opportunity by Logitech to take part in a tour of their labs at the Daniel Borel Innovation Center in Lausanne together with many journalists and bloggers from all over the world. As mouse nerds this trip was among the best experiences of our lives and we’re really glad we could participate in the event. Disclosure: Logitech paid for our trips to the event, but we were under no obligation to post anything about it.
Welcome to Minerva Art Academy Welcome At Minerva Art Academy you can pursue English language Bachelor and Master's programmes in Fine Arts (BA), Design (BA), Painting (MA) and Media, Art, Design & Technology (MA) or a minor in International Pop Culture. The Minerva Art Academy also offers Bachelor programmes in Dutch, including Fine Art, Design, Fine Art and Design in Education, Music and Design (Pop Culture). For the Bachelor and Master programmes you can apply through hanze.studielink.nl. After registration you will receive an invitation for an admission exam. Programmes