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Blog Archive for the year 02019

James Turrell’s Roden Crater, an Artwork 45 Years in the Making, Set to Open…Sooner

by Ahmed Kabil - Twitter: @ahmedkabil on January 18th, 02019

James Turrell’s Roden Crater. Last month, Kanye West visited James Turrell’s monumental art project, Roden Crater. Turrell bought the extinct volcano, located in Northern Arizona, in 01977. Since then, work at the site has been aimed at creating a naked-eye observatory using principles of light and perception similar to Turrell’s more accessible installations, but cosmic in […]

Deep Civilization, a New Essay Series by BBC, Takes the Long View

by Ahmed Kabil - Twitter: @ahmedkabil on January 14th, 02019

BBC Future has launched a new series about “the long view of humanity” called “Deep Civilization:”

[Deep Civilization] aims to stand back from the daily news cycle and widen the lens of our current place in time. Over the coming months, we will explore multi-generational thinking in all its forms, and hear from writers. . .   Read More

Future Thoughts

by Ahmed Kabil - Twitter: @ahmedkabil on January 14th, 02019

The featured “Long Short” from our Seminar on Long-term Thinking in January 02019 with Martin Rees, “Future Thoughts” by Loek Vugs.

Future Thoughts is an experimental, short film showing a collection of ideas about everyday life and new technologies in the near future. . .   Read More

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