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The weekend is almost upon us, and after a full week researching immersive and interactive exhibitions ideas for science museums, I couldn’t be happier to relax in my plain, conventional, not-artistically-interesting-enough probably home. Here are some pieces of art, literature, and science that caught my attention this week if you are a reading mood.
Kindah Khalidy's playful paintings are so beautiful!
My friends "Whenhmetj”created a mixtape that never fails to lift my mood (the secret is the intersection of funk and disco).
Are you for the second puberty of arcade games? Let me introduce you to pinball 2.0; the Flippaper.
What wouldn’t give to float on Space Time Foam, what an exquisite interactive exhibition.
Speaking of: “Melting Memories“ is a recent project by the media artist Refik Anadol, “data paintings comprise of augmented data sculptures and light projections, the project as a whole debuts new advances in technology that enable visitors to experience aesthetic interpretations of motor movements inside a human brain.”
If you devoured Netflix’s “Mindhunter”, you will know that there is a huge cultural true-crime obsession, that turns around psychopaths. But what is like living as a diagnosed psychopath?
Everything you need to know about picking a career, extremely elaborate as always.
The sublime irony of the “You dropped a bomb on me” project, ah! Bravisimo, Olivia!
Trees Come “From Out Of The Air,” said Nobel Laureate Richard Feynman.
“Yes, neoliberal feminism might acknowledge the gender wage gap and sexual harassment as signs of continued inequality. But the solutions it posits elide the structural and economic under-girding of these phenomena.”, a great article by Catherine Rottenberg, a sociology fellow at University of London.
(Watercolor by my dad's drawing Instagram account — e-shop coming soon!)