Monthly Archives: November 2008

Video: Detour Berlin 2008 setup at Museum Der Dinge

Ever wonder how Detour exhibits are put up? Here’s an interesting video of the preparations leading to last week’s opening in Berlin. Visit the official DETOUR page. Explore myDetour, here. Which city would you want DETOUR to visit?

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Tim Baynes: THE HOUSE OF THESEUS

The afternoon sun still high, Burning rock, soil and stone bright orange Thorn bush and the sky blue counter point Occasional interruptions, figures float across the landscape. Whose was this house? A Pro-consul’s? The highest citizen of Paphos? The courtyard … Continue reading

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History in the making

History is happening. Write it down! All rights reserved ABF

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The Times They Are A Changin’

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Sketches from David Navas

Artist David Navas wrote to share his latest sketches. "On Sunday I finished my last Moleskine, I started it on March and Sunday I draw the last page on Patti Smith concert at the Metropolitan…." David Navas has created animation … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2008

What: Writing one 50,000-word novel from scratch in a month’s time. Who: You! We can’t do this unless we have some other people trying it as well. Let’s write laughably awful yet lengthy prose together. Why: The reasons are endless! … Continue reading

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Video: Opening of Detour in Berlin

Video from the opening of Detour in Berlin. An excited crowd hovering over artworks, gloved hands gingerly examine each notebook. What a night! More>

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Tim Baynes: PANAYIA THEOSKEPASTI

PANAYIA THEOSKEPASTI Morning Devotions One by one they enter, Genuflect, And kiss the saints. Pull back the small velvet curtain, And kiss the Mother of God. Making the sign of the cross Offering quiet prayers, Before leaving there is a … Continue reading

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