And regulations surrounding copyrights and information sharing should be made in public. Leaked TPP documents indicate a league of 12 countries and corporate players are making secret agreements that put internet freedoms in danger and criminalize activity once considered free speech and expression. I spoke to the team at OpenMedia and wrote a piece on the lastest TPP leak. Read it on Forbes.
With a focus on light and perspective, Olafur Eliasson’s installations have a transformative capacity that allows the viewer to experience the illusion of a supernatural environment. In an interstitial space of the Samsung Museum of Art in Seoul, Gravity Stairs is composed of glowing spheres which, attached to the ceiling and bathed in warm yellow light, resemble the sun. The otherworldly light and a mirror on the ceiling present an impression of floating through space and among celestial bodies. Read more on Hi-Fructose.
The global hipster: Evil Twin brewing company promises a “hipster without borders” experience to those who don’t live in trendy neighborhoods. Seriously. Read the can.
This just in: more leaked documents prove that the TPP will censor the Internet and severely restrict free expression online. Check out our own Meghan Sali’s report here and learn about our positive vision for sharing and collaborating in the 21st century at https://OpenMedia.org/DigitalFuture
Websites are the new handbills of urban underground events. This one from LadyFag is perfect
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña announced on Tuesday their plan to put $23 million toward hiring 120 new arts teachers and boosting arts resources in public schools across the city. The plan uses additional money from this year’s budget to guarantee the growth of arts programs in 2015.
Best kid in the neighborhood. Every liquor store should aspire for an “Owen original”. http://ift.tt/1pVTbLE