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This blog contains articles on art, science and technology and their intersections written by various authors.

"Pure Contemplation Idea"* by Alexander Sekatsky**

04/07/2017

Dear colleagues, penguins, and albatrosses who have sided with them! Please let me give you a small lecture. To begin with, pure contemplation should be differentiated from cognition as a special type of phenomenon, or if you will, a special vocation. Instead of drawing a historical and philosophical perspective, I shall do the following. Let […]

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"About the Antarctic Biennale"* by Jean de Pomereu**

10/06/2017

Some questions: More than just a place, Antarctica is an ideal that first began to inspire artists, writers and cartographers long before the continent was first sighted in 1820. Ever since its earliest exploration, painters and draughtsmen have  taken part in expeditions to document and record the process of geographic and scientific discovery. More recently, […]

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"About the Antarctic Biennale"* by Lisen Schultz**

15/05/2017

What interests me about the Antarctic Biennale is its potential to explore, question and create human-nature relationships. We are now a dominant species on the planet, currently destroying our own home in the universe. Many of us have mentally separated ourselves from nature, and made nature into an object that we may admire, protect or […]

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From A Diary in Antarctica* by Wakana Kono** 

10/05/2017

From A Diary on 19 March on the vessel …Sofia gave me an envelope fromAustralian artist Tom Blake, who will show his project at the Antarctic Pavilion during the 57th Venice Biennale of Art. I met Tom in January in Tokyo, when he was invited to the artist in residence in Hokkaido. He told me […]

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From A Diary in Antarctica* by Wakana Kono**