By BohoeFebruary 18, 2009One Comment
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- Robert Fripp on Structures.
- On The Currency Of Forks
- On Choice or the lack of thereafter
- On ‘Return to Irelantis’
- Is Photography Over?
- Nick Cave: Meet Me at the Center of the Earth
- FOAM Magazine, now in Ireland!
- Lawrence Lessig on Culture, Freedom and Responsibility.
- DeLorean Times Two
- The Century is Over, Evolutionary Tree of Twentieth-Century Architecture
- ‘Return to Irelantis’, by Sean Hillen
- The Exhibitionist
- Trouble of some kind
- Reflections on building communites of practice
- The Artist is the New Artist
- Cindy Sherman Owns Herself
- The Third and The Seventh
- A very self-reflective Year 2010 for y’all
- ‘Ten Miles Round’ by Jackie Nickerson
- ‘EXHALE’ by Mandy O’Neill
- Archive | Image | History
- The National Campaign for the Arts
- On Convergence Culture
- Why is Art important to humans?
- Mapping ‘The Truth About Crime’: Oxford Crime
- Mapping NAMA: Ghost Estates of the Irish Property Bubble
- Ru Kitch, Street Photography From The Punjab (1950-2000)
- Picturing NY: Photographs from The Museum of Modern Art
- The Look of the Irish
- Art Criticism
- Contemporary Photography
- En Español
- Everyday Life
- Film, Video, Tv.
- Interesting stuff
- Marketing and Ethics
- Only in Ireland
- Paper Galore
- Society, Environment, Technology
- Ways of Seeing Data
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Went to say thanks to James Joyce.
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