Miru Kim is a photographer and filmmaker with a love of the new and unknown. In her best-known body of work, she investigates left-behind industrial spaces, infiltrates them with her camera, and then photographs herself in the space, nude. Like Wallace Stevens' jar upon a hill, the presence of her small body brings these massive, damp and dirty, unknown spaces into a new focus.
Atari Teenage Riot: The Inside Story Of Pong And The Video Game Industry's Big Bang
On November 29, 1972, a crude table-tennis arcade game in a garish orange cabinet was delivered to bars and pizza parlours around California, and a multi-billion dollar industry was born. Here’s how that happened, direct from the freaks and geeks who invented a culture and pave the way for today’s tech moguls.