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Friday Night Flicks: Memories of Science

Memories of Science is an artist’s book by Dorothy Yule. Here’s an entertaining little video of the book in action.     If you are feeling particularly affluent, you can order a copy of Memories of Science through 23 Sandy Gallery. … Continue reading

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Life in Circles

Occasionally I notice that my life is recursive: things appear, then disappear, then return –a bit of déja vu all over again. In August of 1996, I attended (as a guest) the combined 114th meeting of the American Ornithologists Union … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: The Pop-Up Art Book

The Pop-Up Art Book was successfully funded on Kickstarter in 2015 and is still available to order here. It features works by Angry Woebots, Skinner, kozyndan, Junko Mizuno, Tara McPherson, and Jim Mahfood. The video demonstrates each of the pop-ups including … Continue reading

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First Day Open

The Persistence of Hope (aka The Wishing Star Project) opened to the public for the first time last Wednesday. I went in a little early to finish the set up and put up more signs. Here’s the view out the door just … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: The Magic Moment

I have mentioned pop-up books quite recently and even posted a pop-up video a month ago, but when a friend passed on this short film about Peter Dahmen, a German paper engineer, I thought it was worth sharing.     … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Popville

Since Monique Martin and I are working on a pop-up book, it seems appropriate to show a video of one by Anouck Boisrobert and Luis Rigaud. Their book employs clever use of cut-outs in the pages to permit a small village … Continue reading

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