1977: Gerhard Richter: Colour fields

I have just discovered Gerhard Richter’s 1260 colours (1974) and 4900 colours (2007) I came to it from the cover of a book I picked up by chance in the library while I was looking for Lucy Lippard’s Six Years.

1977: Gerhard Richter: Colour fields

I have just discovered Gerhard Richter’s 1260 colours (1974) and 4900 colours (2007) I came to it from the cover of a book I picked up by chance in the library while I was looking for Lucy Lippard’s Six Years.

say Which News were making the headlines? Which were the top Hits and the most popular Movies? (x 256) -o saywhichnews.m4a

My mac is not particularly fast but it is faster than you will ever be, human. I ask my mac to ‘say’ the sentenceĀ “Which News were making the headlines? Which were the top Hits and the most popular Movies?” 256

say Which News were making the headlines? Which were the top Hits and the most popular Movies? (x 256) -o saywhichnews.m4a

My mac is not particularly fast but it is faster than you will ever be, human. I ask my mac to ‘say’ the sentenceĀ “Which News were making the headlines? Which were the top Hits and the most popular Movies?” 256

Which News were making the headlines? Which were the top Hits and the most popular Movies?

Which News were making the headlines? Which were the top Hits and the most popular Movies?Which News were making the headlines? Which were the top Hits and the most popular Movies?Which News were making the headlines? Which were the top

Which News were making the headlines? Which were the top Hits and the most popular Movies?

Which News were making the headlines? Which were the top Hits and the most popular Movies?Which News were making the headlines? Which were the top Hits and the most popular Movies?Which News were making the headlines? Which were the top

Aleatory archaeology Google Search Parameter 1: 1977 (dd Month yyyy)

Item Number Google Search term Google Search Top Result Unique Result Notes 1 1 January 1977 January 1, 1977 – What Happened – On This Day https://www.onthisday.com/date/1977/january/1 1 Cached Jan 1, 1977 – What happened on January 1, 1977. Browse

Aleatory archaeology Google Search Parameter 1: 1977 (dd Month yyyy)

Item Number Google Search term Google Search Top Result Unique Result Notes 1 1 January 1977 January 1, 1977 – What Happened – On This Day https://www.onthisday.com/date/1977/january/1 1 Cached Jan 1, 1977 – What happened on January 1, 1977. Browse

A partial timeline of humans in space

ART/ARTICLE/ARTICULATE/ARTIFACT/ARTIFICE/ARTIFICIAL/ARTILLERY/ Part 1: The Cold War and the race for space. (to come Part 2: Cyberspace) Artificial objects in outer-space, and the quest to capture the image of the Earth from space. 20 June 1944 The first artificial object in

A partial timeline of humans in space

ART/ARTICLE/ARTICULATE/ARTIFACT/ARTIFICE/ARTIFICIAL/ARTILLERY/ Part 1: The Cold War and the race for space. (to come Part 2: Cyberspace) Artificial objects in outer-space, and the quest to capture the image of the Earth from space. 20 June 1944 The first artificial object in

(Radical) Software

ART/ARTICLE/ARTICULATE/ARTIFACT/ARTIFICE/ARTIFICIAL/ARTILLERY/ SOFT/HARD “In the winter of 1964, […], Students marching for free speech at the University of California at Berkley feared that America’s political leaders were treating them as if they were bits of abstract data. One after the other,

(Radical) Software

ART/ARTICLE/ARTICULATE/ARTIFACT/ARTIFICE/ARTIFICIAL/ARTILLERY/ SOFT/HARD “In the winter of 1964, […], Students marching for free speech at the University of California at Berkley feared that America’s political leaders were treating them as if they were bits of abstract data. One after the other,

Lee Booth, OOP (after Ruscha)

OOPs

THE BLUE BOOK [WIZARD] What is an [object]? Let us attack this question by asking, first, what is an explanation of an [object]; what does the explanation of an [object] look like? The way this question helps us is analogous

Lee Booth, OOP (after Ruscha)

OOPs

THE BLUE BOOK [WIZARD] What is an [object]? Let us attack this question by asking, first, what is an explanation of an [object]; what does the explanation of an [object] look like? The way this question helps us is analogous