WEBLOGS:

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BLDG|BLOG
A blog devoted to ‘architectural conjecture, urban speculation and landscape futures’.
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La Blogotheque
A weblog that on a regular basis publishes outdoor concerts from the streets of Paris, from unknown to famous bands.
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Conceptual devices
An object conceived with the aim to engage practises and social behaviour in everyday life.
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Demos
A think tank for ‘everyday democracy’.
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Dysturb
A shared mindscape on the visual, spatial & urban culture of the cities we live in.
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Fabrica
A blog by the current residents at Fabrica, a communication research center located in the middle of a farm, just outside of Treviso, Italy.
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Ja!
YES! is a separatist association for artists with a feministic practice.
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Little people
Little handpainted people, left in London to fend for themselves.
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Mute
Mute is an online magazine dedicated to exploring culture and politics after the net.
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Pruned
A weblog on landscape architecture and related fields.
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Resistance studies
In an attempt to remedy the lack of academic study in the field of resistance to power and its social transformation the School of Global Studies at Göteborg University has launched this Resistance Studies Network.
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Rhizome
Rhizome is dedicated to the creation, presentation, preservation, and critique of emerging artistic practices that engage technology.
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varnelis.net
Personal blog by Kazys Varnelis, Director of the Network Architecture Lab at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation.
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Wooster collective
A weblog dedicated to showcasing and celebrating ephemeral art placed on streets in cities around the world.
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VVORK
A constant stream of art works.


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“Veiling the unveiled truth”: the conceptual art of Silvio Berlusconi
Published August 3, 2008 by Antonio Scarponi

We all know that the Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is a man of talents. First of all he is a man of spectacle, a perfect actor from the old school. He is able to dance, sing and his practical jokes are famous world wide [...] We all know these skills, but recently in two occasion he demonstrated also to have great talent as conceptual artist.
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Made in Sweden
Published July 9, 2008 by Trial and error

On a recent journey we visited two well-known Asian landmarks: The Chinese Dragon Gate and the Royal Thai Pavilion, both located in remote places in Sweden.
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From motorcycles to 3,5 million pieces of art
Published July 3, 2008, 2008 by Marja Salaspuro and Sergio Davila

Can classical conservative museum structure keep its historically layered architecture, rooms, collections and objects – and still attract the interest of the modern visitors, mainstream tourists and experience seeking travelers? A philosophical reconsideration around the purpose of museums in our era and the architect’s role as a curator.
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My Sweden: Clean spaces, Clean information
Published June 12, 2007 by Trial and Error

”I dont understand what you mean by street art. If it has no permission, it is regular destruction and should be punished. I think it is equal to destroying someones car.”
Mikael Söderlund, vice mayor Stockholm ...
Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder where you are?
Published January 3, 2008 by Katja Aglert

Imagine a future generation who has never seen a star in real life. It’s a future when the night sky has transformed into a thick layer of artificial light and micro particles that doesn’t let through the sight of any stars or planets, not even the moon is visible. What effect would that have on us and other life forms on earth? ...

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