Everyday Objects

These are the most violent areas in South Africa

South Africa’s latest crime statistics for the second quarter of the year show an alarming rise in violent crime in the country. According to Police Minister Bheki Cele, the country had 7,004 reported murders in the three months to September 30, 2022, which equates to 78 people murdered every day …

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Improvisation at Vivid Stage on December 3

NEW | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 11/15/2022 (SUMMIT, NJ) — vivid scene, in residence at the Oakes Center at 120 Morris Avenue in Summit, presents a special holiday performance by The Flip Side, Vivid’s improv team, on December 3 at 8:00 p.m. Masks are optional in the …

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Vinilica vol. 114 – VOGA

Naples is home to much, much art.It has always been a crossroads of different cultures, inspirations, sounds and images that are a little out of the ordinary. Almost as if over the centuries it had created a real micro-climate of its own, full of lights and shadows. And just under …

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Bring Home Thornton Dial – Garden & Gun

For Thornton Dial, creative expression was a way of being: In interviews with art collector William Arnett, the self-taught artist from Alabama said, “My art is proof of my freedom.” Throughout his life, Dial created works of art in response to his everyday joys and the struggles he faced as …

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The spy who hired me? Spotlight on hidden cameras in Airbnbs

Do you find reports of spy cameras found in vacation rentals disturbing? Try these tips for spotting hidden cameras and ease your worries. Advances in technology have made travel faster, cheaper and easier for many of us. We can book flights through smartphone apps, check in online, easily overcome language …

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Where to See Art Gallery Exhibits in the Washington Area

Comment this story Comment Today’s high-tech art relies heavily on computers, but PCs, smartphones and digital imaging didn’t exist in the 1960s, when Rockne Krebs (1938-2011) began applying the lessons of color painting from Washington to art made with Plexiglas and lasers. None of his laser works are included, of …

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Review: ‘Hocus Pocus 2’ pleases fans, but can’t beat the original classic

It was 29 years ago that the Sanderson Sisters; Winifred (Bette Midler), Sarah (Sarah Jessica Parker), and Mary (Kathy Najimy) cast a spell over the world for the first time in “Hocus Pocus.” ‘Hocus Pocus 2’ was released on September 30, earning nearly double the Rotten Tomatoes rating of its …

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hypnotic visual poem by andrés reisinger + sam mason envelope gallery in london

any day now: a multisensory exhibition in the heart of london Immersive audiovisual experience in the heart of London, ANY DAY NOW brings together artists Andres Reisinger and Sam Mason to wrap the facade from the W1 Curates gallery with a hypnotic visual poem. Surreal moving images illustrated in pastel …

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Jar-Jar Binks actor does a one-man show on the Star Wars prequels

Ahmed Best – who played everyone’s favorite Gungan in the Star Wars universe: Jar Jar Binks – writes a One Man Show about his experiences. Binks was a controversial and much-hated character when the Star Wars prequels were released between 1999 and 2005, but he’s since gained cult status. Best …

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INCREASE-3 | PBS Epsilon | everyday astronaut

Featured image credit: Kyodo Launch window(Subject to change) October 12, 2022 – 00:50:43-00:55:11 UTC | 09:50:43-09:55:11 JST Assignment name RAISE-3 and others, Epsilon Flight #6 Launch Provider(Which rocket company launches it?) IHI Aerospace Co. Ltd (IA) Customer(Who pays for this?) – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)– Q-Shu Institute of Space …

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US to redirect flights from Uganda to five airports for Ebola testing

The United States will immediately begin redirecting travelers from Uganda to five U.S. airports to screen them for Ebola and track them while they are in the country, a senior administration official said Thursday. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will perform temperature checks and risk assessment on anyone …

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Surrealism and design on display at the Design Museum in London

Surrealism had a profound influence on the world of design. The movement, which emerged in the 1920s, not only revolutionized art, but had a significant impact on various fields ranging from decorative arts and furniture to interiors, fashion, photography and film. From October 14 and until February 19, 2023, …

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Dangerous workplace safety myths

File photo by Jenna Miller/Cronkite News: If you are an owner, contractor or manager who supervises one or more workers, do you know how to minimize accidents and dangerous situations? This is one of the requirements for running a business, and it is a serious problem. Fortunately, anyone can learn …

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Andor proves that small rebellions caused the fall of the Empire

The following article contains spoilers for Andor Season 1, Episode 3, “Reckoning,” now streaming on Disney+. One of from Andor The main goals have been to highlight the role of ordinary people in the fight against the Empire. Throughout the first two episodes, Cassian Andor had burned many bridges over …

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How to get rid of hanging fibroids

Generally harmless, painless and absolutely non-contagious, in cases where it is bothersome it can be removed with minor outpatient surgery. Why pendulous fibroids form Also known as acrochordon or vulgarly porro, the hanging fibroid is formed by a proliferation of certain cells of the dermis, called fibroblasts. Its size can …

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COCC Art Exhibit Celebrates Salvaged Objects

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — An exhibition by multimedia artist Lloyd McMullen, titled “Brave New World,” runs at the Barber Library Rotunda Gallery at Central Oregon Community College from October 4 through November 29, with a reception from 4 p.m.- 6 p.m. Thursday, October 13. The Barber Library is open 8 …

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Board helps students speak | News, Sports, Jobs

CHAMPION — Communication just got a little easier for non-verbal students attending programs at Champion Central Elementary School, thanks to a special communication board set up on the playground. “We always try to meet students where they are, and that includes all environments, not just classrooms, so bringing …

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How a local artist captured Cnoc Soilleir in photographs

The photographs of Michael Faint, as well as the poetry of Niall Campbell, are exhibited in the recently opened Cnoc Soilleir building in South Uist. Opened earlier this month, Cnoc Soiller looks set to breathe new life into the Hebridean Gaelic art scene. But her story didn’t begin when Deputy …

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A walk through the Wildflower Center’s Field of Light: Acclaimed artist Bruce Munro basks in the evening glow with his new installation – Arts

Field of Light by Bruce Munro at the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center (photos by John Anderson) A rare flower blooms at the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center. It is not native to Texas, although it is a unique grape variety, its cousins ​​sprouting all over the world. By day, its many …

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Fall/Winter 2022 Programming – Announcements

Pippa Garner Act like you know meFrom September 24 to November 13, 2022 Act like you know me is Pippa Garner’s first comprehensive solo exhibition in Europe that offers a necessarily fragmentary glimpse into an incredibly extensive body of work spanning over 50 years. Born in a suburb of Chicago …

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500 Capp Street Foundation: The Way Things Are Also by Libby Black

September 10-October 8, 2022With works by Maryam Safanasab, AJ Serrano and Nicole Shaffer A painter, draftsman and sculptural installation artist based in Berkeley, Libby Black explores the everyday to find meaning, tracing a path through personal history and broader cultural context to explore the intersection …

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John Nixon: White Paintings | The Saturday newspaper

In police station John Nixon: White Paintings, Sue Cramer, with the help of the artist’s daughter Emma Nixon, has assembled a group of works that reveal the depth and scope of Nixon’s engagement with the color white. Beginning in the late 1970s, Nixon approached his painting practice as an Experimental …

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Monkeypox ‘rare’ in children, but schools need to be cautious

K-12 schools across the United States are reopening in the fall, raising concerns about possible monkeypox transmissions involving children. After an elementary school student in Georgia recently contracted the virus, concerns about the risk of the virus spreading among children when they return to class began to draw attention. Parents …

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Smorgasburg LA’s ‘BBQ Day’ Celebrates Tasty 6th Anniversary – NBC Los Angeles

What there is to know Smorgasburg LA to ROW DTLA Sunday, August 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. FREE ENTRANCE July to August is peak sizzling season, when the high temperature can get very sizzling, various outdoor surfaces are too hot to touch, and heat waves often come from …

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MACAU DAILY TIMES 澳門每日時報 » Lasting object of desire

Veuve Clicquot has left its mark on the world for 250 years. Its culture of design and innovation began with Madame Clicquot, known as “La Grande Dame de la Champagne”. Creative and audacious, Madame Clicquot revolutionized the world of champagne by inventing the first vintage in 1810, the first riddling …

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7 Cool Places Off the Beaten Path in New York City

Oh, New York: There really is no other place like it. It’s big, it’s brash, it’s (sometimes) beautiful, and whether you love to hate it or hate to love it, it’s pretty much guaranteed there’s something for everyone just waiting. only to be discovered. It’s one of those cities where …

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Western fires exceed California’s efforts to fill inmate crews

Ventura Training Center cadets Anthony Barajas, left, and Javon Wright, who were formerly incarcerated firefighters, attend a media demonstration day at the Ventura Training Center (VTC) during an open house media event on Thursday July 14, 2022, in Camarillo, Calif. California has a nationwide first law and a $30 million …

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Multicultural soap inspires Swiss artistic creation

“Imperial Leather” – Act 1, No. 1 (left); “Crusader” – Act 1, No. 14 (middle) and “Clear Essence” – Act 2, No. 7 (right). Studio Beat Zoderer, Courtesy: Bartha Contemporary, London Swiss artist Beat Zoderer has been hoarding bars of soap – yes, soap – as material for his latest …

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Shopify shows impressive AR demo with Apple RoomPlan

UPDATE Image: Russ Maschmeyer/Shopify Der Artikel kann nur mit aktiviertem JavaScript dargestellt werden. Bitte aktiviere JavaScript in deinem Browser and lade die Seite neu. Update, August 18, 2022: Russ Maschmeyer takes to Twitter to show off an updated prototype of the software, which lets you project real furniture in a …

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Fall Home and Outdoor Living Show offers tips for preparing for the holidays

CONROE, TX – Preparing for the holidays can be fun and stressful. The next Montgomery County Home & Outdoor Show THIS WEEKEND offers you both home improvement ideas and tips for planning the arrival of guests in your home. Visit the two professional home improvement exhibitors and chat one-on-one with …

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Self-Taught Artist Creates Incredible Origami Creatures From Simple Sheets of Paper

A self-taught artist has designed a colorful menagerie of whimsical and realistic origami creatures. Some are palm-sized, others life-size, and all represent the artist’s personal philosophy: “If it makes you happy, go for it!” Romanian artist Patrick Alberto Vraja, 25, grew up in the town of Sighetu Marmației and remembers …

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How to decorate a coffee table

Modern coffee tables are probably the most common piece of furniture and decoration in a living room. So it’s only fitting to have a coffee table decor to go along with this much used piece of furniture. When it comes to styling a coffee table or decorating your living space, …

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What caused the decline of ancient Egypt?

Ancient Egyptian civilization reached the height of its power, wealth and influence in the New Kingdom period (1550 to 1070 BC), under the reigns of iconic pharaohs like Tutankhamun, Thutmose III and Ramses II, who may have been the biblical pharaoh of the Exodus story. At its height, the Egyptian …

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How a movie under two minutes ended up with an Oscar nomination

Since it’s so short and available on PES’ own YouTube channel, why not take a moment to watch ‘Fresh Guacamole’ here? Then watch it again. And look. You still haven’t missed anything important at work. “Fresh Guacamole” uses a form of visual punishment that has long been Pes’ stock in …

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The Jil Sander Fall/Winter 2022 campaign on Billboards

Lucie and Luke Meier’s Jil Sander explored contemporary couture tropes for Fall/Winter 2022, delivering a collection the designers dubbed “engaging and varied.” Now the creative duo have tapped photographer Chris Rhodes to capture this season’s campaign, imagining the collection as something that both blends into nature and is on display …

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Poor Zimbabweans turn to scrap metal trade as inflation bites

HARARE, Aug 3 (Reuters) – Shepherd Chowe pushes a cart full of tin cans, iron rods and other metal objects down a dusty path in Hopley, a poor village about 15km west of the capital from Zimbabwe, Harare. It’s 11 a.m. and Chowe, 46, has arrived at a scrap yard …

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The 11 Most Expensive Space Artifacts Ever Auctioned

If you want to own an iconic piece of space history, know that it doesn’t come cheap. The most recent space item sold at auction was astronaut Buzz Aldrin’s Apollo 11 mission jacket, which fetched over $2.77 million. via Sotheby’s late last month– a higher price than any other American …

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On holiday in communist East Germany | Travel

“My parents had a 500 model car, and I remember always having trouble breathing in the back,” says Wolfgang Worf, whose family made regular trips from Weimar in East Germany, or Germany. German Democratic Republic (GDR), for Liberec in what was then Czechoslovakia in the 1970s and 1980s. (Also read: …

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10 Most Iconic Weapons In WWE History

With rumors swirling about WWE’s return to TV-14 rated content, many fans are excited about the prospect of seeing iconic weapons return in full force. Although some fans believe that guns keep “ring wrestling” away, guns have helped wrestling become a cultural phenomenon. RELATED: 10 Wrestlers Who Never Really Changed …

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Fall Art Exhibition: Reinvent, Reinvent, Recreate | Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

About Reimagine, Reinvent, Recreate This upcoming installation is an indoor/outdoor exhibition showcasing the creative genius of several local artists. Each piece in the exhibition is made up of everyday objects, natural materials or discarded treasures that have found new life as unique and beautiful works of art. Our featured artist …

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Melt With You: July 21-27 Arts Calendar

Artificial biology, anti-gravity clowning, everyday absurdity, fusion with you of magic, prehistoric futures, ancestors in community, critical satire, cryptoart steeped in pop and tradition, activist classic, salvaged material constructs, late Warhol automotive paintings and more arts for your heat wave – uh, calendar. Sofia Crespo at Vellum LA Thursday July …

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Claes Oldenburg, the leading pop-art sculptor who turned burgers and gummies into whimsical 20th-century totems, has died at 93

Pop artist Claes Oldenburg, known worldwide for his whimsical public sculptures of everyday objects: a clothespin, a spoon with a cherry and even a toilet– died at 93. “I am deeply saddened by the loss of Claes Oldenburg, a great artist, and also a good friend,” his longtime gallery owner …

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Is the concept of “smart city” losing its appeal?

It’s not hard to see the appeal of a kind of tech-driven utopianism factored into urban design. The idea that connecting more urban infrastructure to the internet – and making parts of the landscape more responsive to people interacting with it – could make the experience more livable is understandable. …

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Exhibition review: Annette Blair and Kate Nixon, Canberra Glassworks

The curatorial thread is clear through these two new exhibitions at Canberra Glassworks, which are about everyday objects and detritus, but they couldn’t be more different. Kate Nixon, in her installation On reflectionusurps the utilitarian function of the disco-aesthetic Sulo wheelie bins – covering these mundane sidewalk objects in mirrored …

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The best surreal horror movies of all time

It’s pretty easy to identify a horror movie. There is usually someone or something bad – a murderous killer or a monster that eats souls or someone who does not text and only calls by phone. It’s a go-to genre for many for that reason: it’s reliable and in the …

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Tsunami of myopia cases in children after schools reopen, say ophthalmologists | Bombay News

Mumbai: Samyukta Pawar, a resident of Goregaon, had to take her daughter to an eye doctor after the school told her the six-year-old could not see the blackboard clearly. The Class 2 pupil has been diagnosed with myopia – a condition in which a person has difficulty seeing distant objects. …

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At least one Aucklander hospitalized with stab wounds every day

Figures from Auckland’s three DHBs show some 3,000 cuts have been made since 2016, at a cost to taxpayers of $20million. Photo / Hayden Woodward At least one Aucklander is hospitalized with stab wounds every day, new figures reveal, raising fresh concerns about community safety across the city. The stab …

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Between friends and family | The Art Institute of Chicago

The multitude of cultures and artistic traditions across Asia have produced countless examples of visually beautiful and emotionally deep art reflecting the importance of time spent with loved ones. Between friends and family presents a selection of objects from China, Japan and Korea that depict some of the gatherings that …

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Looking at the economy now – so what

By Morf Morford Tacoma Daily Index I am part of the generation whose parents lived through World War II and the Great Depression and whose children are considered millennials. To say the least, the two generations that surround many of us who are still working, who have just retired or …

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iRobot unveils iRobot OS – Gadget

iRobot introduced iRobot OS, an evolution of the company’s Genius Home Intelligence platform. iRobot OS delivers a new level of customer experience for a cleaner, healthier and smarter home. Leveraging iRobot’s growing base of over 20 million connected devices sold, an understanding of the home environment and an advanced computer …

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PCR swabs do not emit harmful radiation

CLAIM: Video shows swabs used for COVID-19 PCR testing contain hazardous radioactive and electromagnetically active residue. AP ASSESSMENT: False. Swabs used in PCR tests are not radioactive and do not emit harmful radiation, experts say. The machine in the video does not measure radioactivity; it measures electromagnetic fields, which could …

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Brian Jungen’s bronze sculpture ‘Couch Monster’ installed outside AGO in Toronto

Dubbed “Couch Monster,” the sculpture is the first large-scale work in bronze by contemporary British Columbia artist Brian Jungen.The Canadian Press Toronto’s newest piece of public art is a massive bronze sculpture of a circus elephant, fashioned from used leather furniture. The Art Gallery of Ontario has unveiled its first-ever …

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National Art School honors artist Colin Lanceley, peer of Arthur Boyd and Sidney Nolan

“Incredible things happened for him when we were overseas and his work was shown in Rome, Paris, New York and London,” Kay said. “It was an extraordinary period of creativity and growth.” Feeling ‘isolated and alone’ upon returning to Sydney in 1981, the Lanceleys bought a warehouse in Surry Hills, …

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“Can objects teach us about reality? » : Ruth Ozeki on her award-winning novel for women | Ruth Ozeki

Jhe first thing Japanese-American author Ruth Ozeki did the morning after winning the Women’s Fiction Award was meditate. “A very short one,” she said when we met at her hotel later. She was so convinced she wasn’t going to win (Meg Mason and Elif Shafak were first) that she planned …

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Create a digital identity for

The company is well positioned to meet the growing demand for RFID and NFC solutions to verify and secure the IoT FREMONT, Calif., May 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Identiv, Inc. (NASDAQ: INVE), a global leader in digital security and identification in the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced its comprehensive …

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The best demos to play during this week’s Steam Next Fest

Steam Next Fest is back, once again packing a ridiculous amount of free game demos into a single week, which isn’t nearly long enough to play them all, or even most of them. Many demos are for games you may have seen during non-E3so you are no doubt eager to …

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Sharpen your toddler’s curious mind with these age-appropriate activities

Research on the educational benefits of play is not new; however, the findings have primarily focused on early childhood development due to the importance of the early years for a young, developing brain. “Children’s free play contains the roots of mathematical learning 46% of the time,” according to Kathy Hirsh-Pasek …

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One planet and one common future

Somewhere along our human journey we forgot that we are not the only species on this planet, but just one among millions and millions of species on the planet. We only have one planet and we are all part of a common future… “– Extract from the music album ‘shiva‘ …

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Zehra Jumabhoy on Lubiana Himid

As you step off the elevator in this highly anticipated solo exhibition by 2017 Turner Prize-winning Lubaina Himid, a medley of colorful flags wave as if to welcome you. Yellow, blue and oxblood red, they are adorned with messages such as there could be an endless ocean and why are …

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The world will soon see more New Zealand on screen

Nine projects selected in Te Puna Kairangi’s Final Production Funding Round. A total of nine film and television projects received funding offers in the final round of the Te Puna Kairangi – Premium Productions for International Audiences Fund, which is administered by Te Tumu Whakaata Taonga | New Zealand Film …

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Emmanuelle Becker

Child’s play “Child’s play” is a portfolio of photographs in a category between still lifes and genre scenes. The images are comical, kitsch, strangely disturbing, nostalgic and poetic. They represent strange associations of ugly and futile trinkets, made of porcelain or other materials, moving, abandoned, mismatched, broken toys, time-worn trinkets, …

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Neurolabs, an Edinburgh-based computer vision start-up, scans 3 million euros

Once only spoken in hushed tones in darkened rooms, the still nascent field of synthetic data is beginning to deliver on its promise, with businesses and investors taking notice. Based in Edinburgh Neurolabs raised €3 million in a seed funding round that will allow the company to continue to scale …

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Instagram is mesmerized by this chocolate cello

In an Instagram post, The Piano Guys string together a series of quick cuts that show a cello created from chocolate, set to Harry Styles’ song “As It Was.” It’s absolutely captivating to watch Amaury Guichon (marked in the message) at work; founder of Pastry Academy, Guichon’s social media is …

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AirTag harassment may soon become a crime in these states

States in the United States are taking note of incidents of harassment involving AirTags and are proposing legislation to penalize such activity. Several states across the United States are raising awareness of incidents of harassment involving Air beacons and propose to enact laws to sanction these activities. Airtags and similar …

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Netflix’s ‘Is it Cake’ contestant Justin Ellen makes 6 figures in business

When Justin Ellen received a “random” direct message on Instagram asking him if he would like to be part of a Netflix show called “Is It Cake?” – he thought it was “very sketchy”. It wasn’t until they said there was an interview that he realized, “OK, it’s legit,” said …

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What is Dolby Atmos? An expert on how to get better sound

If you’ve been to the movies in the past 10 years, you’ve probably experienced Dolby Atmos firsthand. And if not, go to the cinema as soon as possible. Originally launched in cinemas in 2012 at Disney’s Brave movie, the “object-based audio format” is responsible for creating that overall sound that …

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The Beach of Life for Aged Bundy Residents

When they can’t visit the beach, residents of an elderly care community in Bundaberg are brought the ocean. Carinity Kepnock Grove Elderly Care Staff have devised innovative ways for seniors to experience the seaside, from the comfort of their own homes. Carinity diversionary therapist Danielle Gibbs said one popular activity …

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Jars Ceramics presents the Dashi collection

New Castle, DE, May 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Jars Ceramics presents Dashi, a stoneware collection of eight bowls and three plates. Each bowl shape and glaze are unique and beautiful items that are remarkably functional, food safe and even dishwasher safe. The collection emphasizes bowls because they are for …

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London exhibitions shine spotlight on female artists

FRANCOIS SULTANE shares its seventh monthly column on arts and culture in collaboration with Malta weatherin which it presents a set of must-see international exhibitions highlighting the art of women. Last month I said how thrilled I was by the American and British pavilions in Venice, showing the work of …

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Neil Hamamoto makes a home with the art that makes room

Elizabeth Fazzare: How did you start putting together your own collection? Neil Hamamoto: I’ve carried an iPhone with me almost every day since 2008 when I was 15. My collection really started with my iPhone camera and a special folder of photos I captured of works I wanted to “collect”. …

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Learn how to create vocal effects in GarageBand during an online Today at Apple session

Apple is hosting a special Today at Apple online event on May 9 that will teach people how to create creature voice effects using their voice and GarageBand. The event will see people learning from one of the best – Leff Lefferts of Skywalker Sound. Apple hosts Today at Apple …

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Myopic macular degeneration: causes, risk factors, treatment

Myopic macular degeneration (MMD) is a serious eye condition that can lead to vision loss. Also known as “pathological myopia” and “degenerative myopia”, it most often develops in people with high myopia. Nearsighted people can see near objects but may have trouble seeing more distant objects. We sometimes talk about …

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The Book Briefing: Curtis Sittenfeld, Megan Stack

When Marion Crawford, nanny to then-Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret, published a sweet ghost-written memoir about her life with the Royal Family in the 1950s, it was an instant sensation. The book, “romantic and carefully plotted”, as my colleague Caitlin Flanagan noted in 2006, cataloged all sorts of details that might …

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What do you need to know about NFT today to improve your business tomorrow?

In our modern world, to build a successful business, it is very important to keep up with all the innovations in the market. Of course, the NFT domain attracts more and more investors every day! Moreover, the new NFT digital market appears almost every week. In this article, we will …

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Ankon Mitra frames the frame

At Bikaner House, this Tuesday, Art Positive will unveil among its 22 works Framing the Frame by Ankon Mitra. At first glance, it looks like an antique full of vintage vitality. Then you get closer and the tiny curls reflect the age of antiquity. It’s Ankon’s ode to the family …

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WAYNE THIBAUD (1920 – 2021)

Crafted with decadent shades of oil paint, Wayne Thiebaud’s Yo-yo‘s from 1962 is a visual and sensual delight. The artwork intricately depicts diagonal rows of yo-yos, each with its own brightly colored design. Each yo-yo is treated with unique attention. Cheeky stars, playful swirls and multi-colored bull’s eyes line …

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Rotating Laser Enables Faster and Longer Cell Imaging | Research & Technology | April 2022

FREIBURG, Germany, April 20, 2022 – A microscopy method developed at the University of Freiburg is able to resolve detail at the cellular level without fluorescence, enabling observations 100 to 1000 times longer and 10 to 100 times faster, with almost double the resolution. The technique is called rotating coherent …

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Where was ‘Woke’ filmed on Hulu?

After two years and several filming shutdowns for positive COVID-19 tests, the acclaimed Hulu comedy Wake up returned. Where was Wake up Season 2 filmed? Lamorne Morris as Keef Knight in Hulu’s ‘Woke’ | Mark Hill/Hulu What is ‘Woke’ season 2 about on Hulu? Black cartoonist Keef Knight (Lamorne Morris) …

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Fake firearms, drugs and umbrellas among items seized in Liverpool courts

Liverpool Courts security seized thousands of items from visitors, including fake firearms, knives and protest materials. On entering the Queen Elizabeth II Courthouse, which contains Liverpool’s Crown, Magistrates and Youth Courts, security staff will ask you to empty your pockets, show them the inside of your bag and then to …

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The Chester baker who creates everyday items that are literally good enough to eat

A hot dog in a soft bun sits on the kitchen counter, slathered in just the right amount of ketchup and mustard. But your eyes deceive you as a knife cuts through him and his true identity is revealed. Because it’s not a savory treat, it’s actually a chocolate ganache …

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James Quandt on The Girl and the Spider by Ramon and Silvan Zürcher

Ramon and Silvan Zurcher, The girl and the spider2021, 2K video, color, sound, 98 minutes. Lisa (Liliane Amuat) and Mara (Henriette Confurius). “ALLES GEHT KAPUTT”, a complaint filed late in The girl and the spider (2021), evokes the dominant theme of this precisionist study on entropy and dissolution. Word kaputt, …

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Brooklyn-based Chilean artist Ivan Navarro illuminates history using lights and mirrors

Ivan Navaro builds chairs that aren’t meant to sit on and doors that you can’t get through. Armed with fluorescent and neon lights and mirrors, he diverts everyday objects or architectural installations like ladders, tables, doors, fences and water towers and imbues them with metaphorical meanings criticizing systems of power, …

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Can computers learn common sense?

A few years ago, a computer scientist named Yejin Choi gave a presentation at an artificial intelligence conference in New Orleans. On a screen, she projected an image of a television news where two anchors appeared before the title “STAB CHEESEBURGER.” Choi explained that human beings find it easy to …

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Samsung unveils new Neo QLED 8K TV with all-new tech upgrade

During the Unbox and Discover keynote, Samsung announced what the 2022 models of the Neo QLED 8K TV will bring to the table for users and the environment. The Korean electronics giant is taking a different approach for the 2022 Neo QLED 8K portfolio as, for this year, they’re going …

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SCSU to Offer BS in Cyber ​​Security in Fall | Education

Special for T&D South Carolina State University will offer a bachelor’s degree in the rapidly growing field of cybersecurity beginning in the fall 2022 semester. SC State’s Department of Computer Science and Mathematics has received approval for the Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity from the South Carolina Commission on Higher …

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Owner of Paul Walker’s sunglasses in his 2013 accident wants them back to his family

Owner of Paul Walker’s sunglasses in his 2013 accident wants them back to his family By Cassie Carpenter for Dailymail.Com Published: 11:41 a.m. EDT, March 31, 2022 | Update: 11:55 a.m. EDT, March 31, 2022 Ghost Adventures producer and host Zak Bagans has acquired the damaged Maui Jim sunglasses Fast …

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Incredible! This Robot Is So Skillful It Can Perfectly Peel A Banana Without Damaging It

You’re pretty good with your hands, buddy! Very A-peeling Our robotic creations are getting smarter and smarter. A new robot created at the University of Tokyo is so smart, in fact, that it can successfully handle the tricky task of peeling a banana — well, at least most of the …

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Arts Wrap: James Tormé at Gonzaga, Julia Sweeney at Fox, gadgets galore and “Masterworks”

Jazz singer James Tormé, son of three-time Grammy Award winner Mel Tormé, will take the stage at the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center with his take on classic and new age jazz at 7:30 p.m. Friday. This performance will close the performing arts center’s “Season in the Spotlight” series. Following …

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