Done in 23 panes (as in the # of chromosomes). The artist takes to the Three Fs school of history: fighting, fashion, and fucking. Ladies are there to be ogled and make babies, non-Western cultures are static, and science and tech are there to enable the three […]
R.U. Sirius’ best of 2009 list, I felt, was missing one critical piece: the Iranian Green Revolution. It isn’t over yet and it may not be a success in its current iteration, but remains one of the best proofs of the power of communication technology to undermine a brutal regime. The beauty of the […]
The Renaissance was so awesome. I mean that in the OED version of “awesome:” terrifying and almost impossible to process in terms of scale, grandeur, and importance; sublime. A quotation from Richard Tarnas’ The Passion of the Western Mind:
The same two decades (1468-88) that saw the Florentine Academy’s Neoplatonic revival at its height during […]
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