Chaos A Venetian critic named Bruno Alfieri saw: (in Jackson Pollok’s work) —chaos —absolute lack of harmony —complete lack of structural organization —total absence of technique, however rudimentary —once again, chaos from Art In America, ...

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Chaos

A Venetian critic named Bruno Alfieri saw:
(in Jackson Pollok’s work)

—chaos
—absolute lack of harmony
—complete lack of structural organization
—total absence of technique, however rudimentary
—once again, chaos
                from Art In...

 

The Weirdness of Juggling Many Different Roles at Work

 

Jessica Brown in NY Magazine:

HatsIt’s very likely that, even in the last 24 hours, you’ve switched so seamlessly between being a friend to an employee, boss to parent, or customer to neighbor, that you didn’t even notice yourself doing it. We all switch between multiple roles in a given...

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Primo Levi’s If This is a Man at 70

 

Philippe Sands in The Guardian:

LeviI was 19 when I first read If This Is a Man, and the book filled a gap created by the shadows cast across an otherwise happy childhood home by Auschwitz and Treblinka: my maternal grandparents, rare survivors of the horrors, never talked about their experiences...

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The Double Game of Egyptian Surrealism: How to Curate a Revolutionary Movement

Jonathan Guyer and Surti Singh in the Los Angeles Review of Books:

PhpThumb_generated_thumbnail"We find absurd, and deserving of total disdain, the religious, racist, and nationalist prejudices that make up the tyranny of certain individuals who, drunk on their own temporary omniscience, seek to subjugate the destiny of...

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Scientists have created a fluid with negative mass – but what does it tell us?

Hannah Devlin in The Guardian:

3000Scientists have created a fluid that exhibits the bizarre property of “negative mass” in an experiment that appears to defy the everyday laws of motion.

Push an object and Newton’s laws (and common experience) dictate that it will accelerate in the...

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