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Thanks, Art: Relive the Glory Days of Windows 93

by Paddy Johnson and Whitney Kimball on October 29, 2014
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The only thing missing? Nethack.

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It’s a Goat: A Thanksgiving YouTube Parade

by Paddy Johnson on November 23, 2011
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Thanksgiving day post brainstorming included Turkey art, egg posts, and Macy’s Day Parade coverage, but that shit’s tired. Instead, we bestow upon you a YouTube Thanksgiving Day Parade! And stay with us- there’s a turkey in there.

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Performa Picks: First Two Weeks

by Whitney Kimball on October 28, 2011
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The Performa Biennial, a city-wide series of performances commissioned by the Performa Institute, returns this year with a line-up that is chock-full of private and public performance, song and dance, classes, lectures, experimental comedy, and a rap joust. Among Performa 11’s themes are language, politics, sculpture, Russian Constructivism, and Fluxus. The schedule, which runs from November 1st-20th, includes a hefty handful of reputed performance artists, choreographers, and comedians, so you'll want to start booking those tickets now; hence, dear readers, we did some legwork and made a list of picks for you. Here are the events we recommend for this week and next.

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Massive Links! Science Fiction Scandals | Blinking Destroys Art | Artforum Responds (Legally) to Intervention

by Whitney Kimball on July 28, 2011
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China rejects science fiction, but video from Japan suggests evidence of zombie squids. People are even more into storm trooper outfits than previously suspected. None of us can afford Powhida (trust him), but if we don’t touch anything, we can check him out though the window of the Marlborough Gallery. A bold few dare to suggest that academic writing is superfluously convoluted.

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