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Culture Criticism Observations Theory

Being Human 2012 Conference ~ The Individual + Society | Morals + Culture Part & The Contemplative Life ~ Part II

III. Individual + Society | Morals + Culture Anne Harrington, Harvard Professor of History of Science presented her research of the human experience within a physical body. Science, predominantly, looks inside the body to understand what it means to human but very rarely do people explore the exterior parts (i.e,. skin) and the multitude of […]

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Culture Criticism Observations Theory

Being Human 2012 Conference | Sensation + Perception & Self Representation + Decision Making ~ Part I

This write-up is LONG overdue! Caught up with other writing assignments and, well, being human (probably half the time being a human doing). In any case, here’s my lengthy piece on the conference. I had to break up the posts into two parts. Here’s the first part of my reflections along with an introduction. Comments, constructive […]

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Culture Criticism Observations Social Networking

Digital Possessions: What happens when you die? | Part I

I don’t like being morbid but I find the topic of a digital afterlife extremely fascinating. Being present and engaged in life is a great way to live; however, it’s difficult to not think about the things which seem beyond our control. It’s already difficult to keep my life in order and I see myself as a pretty organized person. Why do […]

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Art Performance and Conceptual

Marina Abramovic, Performance Artist

In my Power 100 post, I noted Marina Abramovic as an artist featured on the list. She’s, certainly, one of my favorite artist. Her pieces entail notions of self with Other, limitations of the body, and physical endurance. Due to the write-up I’m currently working on for the La Postra Nostra collective, I wanted to keep the posts on this particular […]