Post image for The Art of Working Through a Hangover

Step 1: Actually wake up.

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Post image for Open Source Software to Catalogue Cultural Heritage Before a Crisis

Cultural heritage management tends to suffer from limited funding and resources, which can make a crisis — whether natural disaster, pipeline construction, or war — that much more catastrophic for assessing what’s in need of protection.

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Post image for Traces of Human Civilization, Cast from Styrofoam Packaging

The exhibition in the back room of A.I.R. Gallery’s new space in Dumbo feels like a cross between a temple and an archaeological site.

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Post image for British Scientists Find Trove of Animal Mummies with No Bones

It sounds like the beginnings of a detective tale: researchers in the UK recently scanned 300 animal mummies from Egypt only to discover that a full third held no bodies.

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Post image for The Slippery Politics of Weaponized Theater

Trash Cuisine is a play about the visceral horrors of political violence.

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Post image for NASA Launches $2.25M Design Competition to 3D Print Habitats for Mars

The hope is that 3D printing and the incorporation of spacecraft waste and materials from the alien world can in turn help address affordable housing on Earth.

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Post image for The (Un)Changing Portrayal of White Women in 100 Years of Advertisements

The idea is so ingenious, it almost seems obvious: take advertisements and remove the text that makes them so, leaving only a string of images behind.

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Post image for Critics of the Cultural Boycott of Israel Make Their Case

Editor’s note: The following interview, which was conducted over email, is the third in a continuing series exploring BDS and its connection to the art world.

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Post image for Sunday Night’s ‘Game of Thrones’ Episode Doesn’t Endorse Rape

I think that there is ample justification for the disturbing scene in “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken.”

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Post image for Marina Abramović Is “Very Pissed” at Jay Z [UPDATED]

It’s been nearly two years since Marina Abramović made her appearance at the shoot for Jay Z’s “Picasso Baby” music video, but the events of that day are still fresh in her mind.

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