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→ Via mnartists.org: You Are Hear: Tricks & Treats (October 2012) 19 Oct 2012 | 11:10 am

ABOUT THE PODCAST: You Are Hear is a literary podcast production of mnartists.org. Each monthly edition will feature new, original work by a Minnesota writer or two. The show is available on our site,...

Crosscuts: Still Dots #90 18 Oct 2012 | 11:10 pm

Calloway, Paine, and Holly have set the trap that’s meant to apprehend Harry Lime; now, they simply have to wait for their pest to step into it. In this case, the ambush has been prepared at the Vienn...

The Gradient: Julian Bleecker: The Future Never Gets Old 18 Oct 2012 | 07:10 pm

As part of the Walker's Interdisciplinary Work Group, design director Emmet Byrne invited Julian Bleecker of the Near Future Laboratory to lead a workshop based on his ideas of Design Fiction, a pract...

→ Via nytimes.com: Value in Experience 18 Oct 2012 | 07:09 pm

This year's FIAC art fair is showing several pieces of conceptual art including works by On Kawara and Dieter Meier. Director Jennifer Flay sees FIAC as a "stomping ground" for performance art, creati...

→ Via animalnewyork.com: Art Square 18 Oct 2012 | 06:37 pm

Times Square Arts Square hopes to “transform the world’s largest advertising space into the world’s largest exhibition space.” Hrag Vartanian has been appointed chief curator, and Rafaël Rozendaal is ...

→ Via guardian.co.uk: Top 100 18 Oct 2012 | 06:21 pm

ArtReview's annual list of the most powerful figures in contemporary art puts Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, curator of this year's dOCUMENTA, on top. Among the artists, curators and dealers listed are P...

mnartists.blog: VIEWFINDER: “Before I die” in Midway, by Ira Brooker 18 Oct 2012 | 03:10 pm

Adjacent to two senior care facilities, a strip of mostly empty storefronts, a park frequently populated by bottle-passing vagrants, and the vacant lot where the beloved Porky’s Drive-In once stood, t...

The Gradient: Julian Bleecker: The Future Never Gets Old 18 Oct 2012 | 01:10 am

“Interdisciplinary activity, valued today as an important aspect of research, cannot be accomplished by simple confrontations between various specialized branches of knowledge. Interdisciplinary work ...

Untitled (Blog): Hito Steyerl: Is the Museum a Battlefield? 17 Oct 2012 | 07:10 pm

At last week’s Creative Time Summit in New York–an annual conference on the intersections of art and social justice–an array of presenters took to the podium, including artist Steve Lambert, philosoph...

Untitled (Blog): Artists in Conversation 17 Oct 2012 | 07:10 pm

In every work of art, there is a hidden set of influences that the audience may never see: conversations the artist had with peers, exhibitions he or she saw while creating the work, expectations for ...

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