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After many years of pause, Leftfield made a comeback with Alternative light source  album. On 5th December, they had an awesome concert @ Les Docks, Lausanne.

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Stunning gifs from year 2583 by Gustavo Torres aka Kidmograph. Enjoy!

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This incredible Choir is a piece that combines voices and hydraulic jacks. Together combined, they form a dynamic body that changes its expression through various positions and interactions. The idea behind this is to create new melodies through sound and movement interactions. Author’s idea is that through different physical states and singer positions to create different melodies. In the following text, you can read Artist’s concept and see the Choir’s performance: Read More

DIA military art series consists from more of 1000 paintings completed in a period from 1965 and 1989 from the Agency artists. The paintings shown below are series from the Cold war era when USSR posed great threat do USA. The purpose of these works was to support and illustrate official briefings, since official photographs were often classified and could not be used. This type of approach was used until the 1980’s when they were replaced with computer generated graphics. These paintings were subsequently classified until recent release.

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The molecular biology society of Japan is a non-profit organization founded in 1978. At the beginning they had only 600 members. Now, that number exceeds 15000. The thing that particulary caught my attention was the international journal published by society called “Genes to Cells” and it’s covers. “Genes to Cells” is published on monthly basis (from 1996). Every month you can see new exciting cover which illustrates molecular process or structure (as Japanese-style paintings) which is discussed in one of papers inside.

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In celebration of World book day, Argentinian artist Raul Lamesoff has built book carrying tank. He used old 1979 Ford Falcon to build tank library with exterior shelves capable of carrying 900 free books. He drove his vehicle around the streets of Argentina giving free books to people. Anyone could take the books as long as they promised to read them. He has quite dangerous mission – he attacks people on the streets and gives them books to read. Yeah, just for fun! His target? The younger the better.

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A while ago, I wrote about Dmitry Morozov’s (media artist and a experimental sound engineer based in Moscow) metaphase sound machine. One more project worth mentioning is Solaris.

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