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Rachel Sussman
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Artist and Photographer, Oldest Living Things in the World project
Artist and Photographer, Oldest Living Things in the World project

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SO excited to announce that @AwesomeWithoutBorders has selected my Sidewalk Kintsukuroi installation at MASS MoCA as an #AWBgrantee! Learn more about the project here: http://bit.ly/1Qca8AA

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In LA? Please join me on Jan 14th at the Annenberg Space!

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My thanks to the New York Times and Dana Jennings who penned this wonderful review of the Oldest Living Things! "As a kind of time-traveling expeditionist — a chrononaut? — Ms. Sussman lets us drink from primeval wells."

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Wonderful evening celebrating my fellow Guggenheim recipients from this year and Lois who received it in 1984 — thx for the pic Matthew Pillsbury! — with Andrew Moore, Lois Conner, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Gregory Halpern and Phyllis Galembo (and shout-out to Lori Nix in the other room.)
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To see if your local bookstore carries it,  ask Indy Bound: 

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Thanks to everyone who made yesterday the best #EarthDay  ever - I can't think of a better birthday for my book!

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So happy to share the "Oldest Living Things" book trailer by Jonathan Minard, with music by Ben Rubin and special guest voice appearance by Carl Zimmer!

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Paul Salopek (1,700 miles in on his 21,000-mile journey) on the lost art of walking in a world full of cars: 
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/23/opinion/sunday/a-stroll-around-the-world.html?nl=todaysheadlines&emc=edit_th_20131124 …

Thoroughly impressed by writer Paul Salopek's 21,000-mile trek—on foot!—retracing humanity's first migrations: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2013/12/out-of-eden/longest-walk-map 

“Entertainment provides relief. Art provokes engagement.”  ― David Foster Wallace
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