In a nondescript alleyway on Pittsburgh's North Side, Nathan Kukulski arrives at a house party carrying two half-empty cases of beer. The place is called Cyberpunk Apocalypse, an experiment in communal living and imagining possible futures through science fiction. Over the last six years, ...
Alekos Hofstetter und Florian Göpfert setzen sich in ihrem 2012 begonnenen Projekt Tannhäuser Tor mit der Architektur der Moderne und ihrem Verschwinden aus unserer Umwelt und dem öffentlichen Bewusstsein auseinander. Mit diesem Verschwinden löst sich ihr einstiges utopisches Versprechen auf.
I will gladly tell him that he needs to start touring the US galleries or at least construct the buildings somewhere! btw, the b/w image is from my old-school photo collection in a shoebox. Even more old-school is the fact that I have no memory of when or where it was taken...
There is a significant risk to your privacy whenever you visit a health-related web page. An analysis of over 80000 such web pages shows that nine out of ten visits result in personal health information being leaked to third parties, including online advertisers and data brokers.
"The future will find you out. The future, wielding unimaginable tools of transparency, will have its way with you."
I work in communications at a large academic medical center in the Northeast. If need be, I am also trained to perform an emergency deconstruction of any kind of text or image.
I usually find a parking space. (This field used to be called "my super power," which sounds much more modest and pleasing than "bragging rights.") Also, the above à propos quotation on how the future will have its way with you is courtesy of William Gibson, 2003.
University of Pittsburgh (MA, PhD)
Universität Bonn (BA equiv.)
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Daniel H. Wild's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.