Your concentric welcome, 2004

Little Sun Light Swarm - new project with @LittleSun about to be revealed in @Tivoli Copenhagen.… https://t.co/tC12OwYIZ2

The listening dimension, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York.
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Time-lapse of Solheim Glacier in Iceland spanning 10 years: James Balog is a pioneer of documenting the changes to ice and glaciers in the northern and arctic regions. His Extreme Ice Survey started 10 years ago and is as important as ever: www.earthvisioninstitute.org

Landscape reflects the underside of a glacier, in that it bears the traces of the ice sheets that retreated long ag… https://t.co/BmvAarIbQk

There is no outside: Chisuji no taki waterfall, Japan, and Reversed waterfall, Leeum Museum, Korea. A film by SHIMURAbros

Featured composer: August Rosenbaum, 'Rhizome'. Artwork: Ea Verdoner

Listen to Danish composer August Rosenbaum's Rhizome - featured on https://t.co/336UuKYJJ0. @augustrosenbaum - tak! https://t.co/x6ZoH2w5yG

Today: Creating Space – The Impact of Olafur Eliasson. A talk between Caroline Eggel and Joanna Warsza @emmamuseum https://t.co/YboFFcdZcq

Studio kitchen kraut-making workshop: 'There is a word in the Korean language, sonmat, that translates roughly as 'taste of hands'. It denotes an elusive but essential element of the country's traditional foodways. For Koreans, eating and cooking are hands-on experiences, and real kimchi has qualities that can't be produced by machines or conferred by utensils' - Mei Chin

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Rice University: Green light welcomes refugees to Houston

Work in progress: Space resonates regardless of our presence.
Part of The listening dimension, a solo exhibition at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York. Opens March 23

California Upholds Auto Emissions Standards, Setting Up Face-Off With Trump https://t.co/qxC4mSsEo4

Why art matters! Print your own poster and hang where needed! A1 poster for free download:… https://t.co/jDuC0K1ySe

“The listening dimension emerged against the backdrop of the 2016 US elections. At a time when oversimplification is everywhere, I believe that art can play an important role in creating aesthetic experiences that are both open and complex. Today, in politics, we are bombarded with emotional appeals, often linked to simplistic, polarizing, populist ideas. The arts and culture, on the other hand, provide spaces in which people can disagree and still be together, where they can share individual and collective experiences that are ambiguous and negotiable. At its best, art is an exercise in democracy; it trains our critical capacities for perceiving and interpreting the world. Yet art does not tell us what to do or how to feel, but rather empowers us to find out for ourselves." - Olafur Eliasson

Colour experiment no. 78, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York