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http://archive.kchungradio.org/2014-04-27/Mefiance_Radio-04.27.2014.mp3

mefianceradio:

SHOW 3 - May 11, 2014

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hyperallergic:

(via Broadcasting Los Angeles)
LOS ANGELES — One of the first objects on display at the Hammer Museum’s Made in L.A. biennial is a Volkswagen Brasilia, named after the Brazilian capital. Built in the 1970s, the car was popular in Latin America for its reliability and modern design. It is also the vehicle in which artist Clarissa Tossin travels through her hometown of Brasília and adoptive city of Los Angeles, the starting point from which the biennial unpacks LA’s many geographies and institutions.
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hyperallergic:

(via Broadcasting Los Angeles)

LOS ANGELES — One of the first objects on display at the Hammer Museum’s Made in L.A. biennial is a Volkswagen Brasilia, named after the Brazilian capital. Built in the 1970s, the car was popular in Latin America for its reliability and modern design. It is also the vehicle in which artist Clarissa Tossin travels through her hometown of Brasília and adoptive city of Los Angeles, the starting point from which the biennial unpacks LA’s many geographies and institutions.

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pehrspace:

Emily Lacy for KCHUNG + Night Gallery’s Shipwrecked #goingwaybacktoday (at Night Gallery)

pehrspace:

Emily Lacy for KCHUNG + Night Gallery’s Shipwrecked #goingwaybacktoday (at Night Gallery)

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thehammermuseum:

“L.A. is where I learned about art and where all my obsessive crushes took place, where I developed friendships, learned how to work with others, smoked a lot of weed, became a junkie, met Mr. Snuggles, committed crimes and went to prison (though prison wasn’t in L.A., that was in Chowchilla), got sober, fell in love with myself, and started The Revolution. For me, L.A. is where I came to know myself and continue to grow and expand. It is part of my psyche.”
3 questions with Made in L.A. artist Jennifer Moon, now on the blog: http://bit.ly/1rUhkTI

thehammermuseum:

L.A. is where I learned about art and where all my obsessive crushes took place, where I developed friendships, learned how to work with others, smoked a lot of weed, became a junkie, met Mr. Snuggles, committed crimes and went to prison (though prison wasn’t in L.A., that was in Chowchilla), got sober, fell in love with myself, and started The Revolution. For me, L.A. is where I came to know myself and continue to grow and expand. It is part of my psyche.”

3 questions with Made in L.A. artist Jennifer Moon, now on the blog: http://bit.ly/1rUhkTI

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razorcake:

fuck. yes.

streeteaters flyer by bonedustrosa!

razorcake:

fuck. yes.

streeteaters flyer by bonedustrosa!

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A Critical Discourse with Norman Klein and What is the Contemporary Condition?

acriticaldiscourse:

http://archive.kchungradio.org/2014-02-02/A_Critical_Discourse-02.02.2014.mp3

on illusions and power, contemporary consumerism and what is the new stage of our time 

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fuckyeahmineralogy:

  1. Red Beryl [x]
  2. Aquamarine [x]
  3. Pyrite on Rhodochrosite [x]
  4. Fluorite [x]
  5. Malachite Stalactite [x]
  6. Cobaltoan Calcite [x]
  7. Rhodochrosite [x]
  8. Dioptase [x]
  9. Fluorite [x]
  10. Spessartine [x]

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