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Brilliant Ideas Episode #42: Sopheap Pich

In 1975, under the name of establishing a communist society in Cambodia, the Khmer Rouge emerged. Although the radical reform was stopped after four years, the massacre which resulted in the process left the country in great pain. Sopheap Pich was one of the refugees who fled with his family to a camp in Thailand and to the U.S. to ...

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Brilliant Ideas Episode #41: William Kentridge

The animated films that represent the artist, William Kentridge, are often described as “theatrical”. The resounding, striking sounds and the lively drawings in the films seem even more theatrical than actual plays. Kentridge’s works are also quite different. When viewers first meet his works, they enjoy the dynamic and cheerful atmosphere given by the overwhelming sounds and the busily moving ...

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MMCA Hyundai Motor Series 2016: KIMSOOJA – Archive of Mind

The third artist for the ‘Hyundai Motor Series’ at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea(MMCA) was Kimsooja. Born in Daegu, Korea in 1957, the conceptual multimedia artist has participated in exhibitions at distinguished art museums including LACMA(Los Angeles County Museum of Art), the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and the Hirshhorn Museum. She was also invited to international ...

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2018 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Prototype Review: Move Over, Prius

– Superior Township, Michigan The Hyundai Ioniq isn’t just one car – it’s three, all with slightly different missions to capture the attention of eco-minded shoppers. Green car editor Sebastian Blanco spent a lot of time with the 58-mile-per-gallon Ioniq Hybrid and the all-electric Ioniq EV during his initial test in February. The missing piece is Hyundai’s Ioniq Plug-In, which ...

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Season 3 – 2015 Dream Society Originability

LEE Seung-taek <Earth Performance> Photograph 60x50cm, 1989 Lee Seung-taek is an artist who has spent his entire life guarding the forefront of contemporary Korean art. A rare, bold artist who has broken the pre-existing orders and fixed ideas, Lee has been somewhat isolated, yet dignified. His experimental artistic spirit and solid artistic abilities, along with ...

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Sculpture in Motion: Exhibition – Hyundai Motor Brand Homepage

The exhibition featuring four sections take place at Dongdaemun Design Plaza’s Art Hall 2 and Oullim Square. On view at Art Hall 2 is Fluidic, first generation “Sculpture in Motion” project introduced at the 2013 Milan Design Week and Helio Curve, second generation “Sculpture in Motion” piece showcased at 2015 Milan Design Week in tandem with soundtrack titled Music of ...

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2017 Honda CR-V Review: The Best Gets Better

– Cleveland, Ohio I can’t remember a time when the Honda CR-V wasn’t great. It’s one of those rare vehicles about which I could say to anyone thinking of buying one, “Oh yeah, you’ll love it.” The all-new 2017 Honda CR-V is better than before across the board with more interior space, greater fuel efficiency, and access to more advanced safety ...

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Art + Technology Lab at LACMA

Eadweard Muybridge, a pioneer of photography, took photographs of the Pacific coast and Yosemite Park on a request by the U.S government in the mid-19th century. He camped in the mountains for months to record the nature and printed the photographs, which were enough to deliver the overwhelming beauty and wonders. In May 2016, the UK-based creative studio, ScanLAB Projects ...

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Acura Compares The 2018 TLX To Its NSX Supercar Using Vertical Video

Together with the debut of the 2018 TLX, Acura is rolling out its new “What A Ride” marketing campaign. The mobile-first campaign was created entirely using vertical video, questionable as that may be, and binds the new TLX to its sportier NSX sibling by connecting some of the similarities between the two. Hopefully that includes parallels in performance. Set to ...

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