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Blue is the Color of the User Interface

Blue is the Color of the User Interface

By Audrey Molloy   Charles O’Rear, Bliss, 1996, digital photograph     “…the first step into a new architecture of values comes in the setting of limits. Negatively drawn out of ...
Love Poetry From Machine Boy

Love Poetry From Machine Boy

By Yutong Liu     When the machine loves a girl, thoughts are full, storage is full, everything is full…   When I fall love in you, my life becomes different. When I fall love in ...
INCARCERATED AUTHORS, ACTIVIST POETS, STUDENT DESIGNERS, LED BY WOMEN POETS + PRINTERS

INCARCERATED AUTHORS, ACTIVIST POETS, STUDENT DESIGNERS, LED BY WOMEN POETS + PRINTERS

By Jamie Mahoney and Liz Canfield   One of many Bowe House Press collaborative artists books, sanctuary is the result of over two years of work by more than 50 writers, artists, and ...
The Magic of Needles, Thread and Technology: Transforming Fashion and Visual Merchandising at the University of Memphis

The Magic of Needles, Thread and Technology: Transforming Fashion and Visual Merchandising at the University of Memphis

By Lisa M. Williamson   University of Memphis Classroom, 2019. Photo courtesy of Ramona Sonin.     The Visionary and the Vision   Call it kismet or coincidence, but when ...
Spells of Ruin

Spells of Ruin

By Lap Le Have you seen the footage of an alpine newt tadpole forming from a single cell? (1) The one that is time-lapsed so we can see how the cell splits – then splits again, exponentially, ...
The Fable of the Bees or Private Vices, Publick Nemesis

The Fable of the Bees or Private Vices, Publick Nemesis

By Greyory Blake   00. This is what we know. Times were urgent, though that urgency was unrequited. There was a moment of excess and greed that assembled as avarice. An unprecedented, ...
Becoming as practice as performance as Becoming: I am the orange, and You Can, Too.

Becoming as practice as performance as Becoming: I am the orange, and You Can, Too.

Liz Clayton Scofield     It’s like I can’t unsee it. You find meaning in what you assign meaning to. This, I suppose, is the exercise of art.   In some past, an orange was just a ...
Living Sideways

Living Sideways

  “This is the Humpty Dumpty I know,” Neil Hancock says.   We sit before The Comedown, propped up against a wall in his studio. Hancock interprets his own painting to me subjectively. ...
Editorial 98:  Future Past

Editorial 98:  Future Past

By Sunni Johnso     In David Lynch’s Twin Peaks, the demonic inhabitant known as Bob monologued a riddle regarding the “future past” as one totality. Instead of the mutually exclusive ...