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The Rise and Fall of MuchMusic
comparing the physical footprints of 54 urban regions around the world. They are presented side-by-side at the same scale, allowing the viewer to compare these cities in a new light.
Sex sells. What sells even more? Insecurity. Multi-billion dollar industries saturate our lives with images of unattainable beauty, exporting body hatred from New York to Beirut to Tokyo. Their target? Women, and increasingly men and children. The Illusionists turns the mirror on media, exposing the absurd, sometimes humorous, and shocking images that seek to enslave us.
History and Game of Thrones
When is a Man : Brindle & Glass Publishing Ltd.
Michael Sandel argues in his latest book that just about every area of life—from family to work, and from education to law—is deemed to have a market value. From:http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/latenightlive/michael-sandel3a-what-money-can27t-buy/4657940
Anne Patterson's installation in San Francisco's Grace Cathedral models what she sees with music (She has synesthesia, a neurological condition that allows her to see colors and shapes in music.)
How Mike Tyson Became Mike Tyson -- New York Magazine
The Market for Education | experiential continuum