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In the winter, an enormous, drafty building sits unoccupied in an old Norwegian shipyard.
“Our lives on Earth are only shells, bubbles floating on the surface of the water,”
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“Arranging black glyphs on white paper grew tiresome.” And, with that, Thomas
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You can either add or subtract. Become a knife-wielding Emily Dickinson or a freewheeling
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“Art can be a form of worship, play, labor, dancing, freedom, fooling around, and
Ever wondered what primordial soup actually looks like? According to Vita Eruhimovitz,
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Victoria Manganiello considers weaving a form of communication. Her ethereal fabric
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Carlos Grasso is known for his innovative ‘shredded’ painting series, “Canvas