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Art and Empathy

Empathy is a term we hear a lot, but what does it mean and how does it work? Looking back through art history, we find many moments when art has allowed us to share in the feelings of others, from … Continue reading

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Everybody Loves The Sunshine ft. Bas van Lier // FREE DL

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Conceptual Photographs by Can Dagarslani and Sophie Bogdan Fall at the Intersection of Joy and Absurdity

A Berlin-based creative duo, photographer Can Dagarslani and model Sophie Bogdan consider the curvature and adaptability of the human body in a series of quirky, spirited photographs. Generally shot outdoors with only natural light, each image employs heavily composed elements … Continue reading

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Alfred Fauchet, à droite, à gauche

Alfred veut se désencombrer mais s’éparpille, sa voiture avance mais trop vite. Alfred wants to get rid of things, but gets lost in the process. The car is moving, but too fast. Animated and directed by Mathieu Georis Price and … Continue reading

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Film de deuxième année 2019-2020 / Promo ASA 2021. Real : Charlotte Geysel et Lola Lefèvre Court-métrage de fin de deuxième année réalisé en un mois à l’Atelier Supérieur d’Animation sous la tutelle de Bastien Dubois et de Bastien Vives.

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The Descendants: Photographer Drew Gardner Recreates Portraits of Historically Significant Figures

To prepare for a recent portrait, Shannon LaNier pulled a black coat over his head and wrapped a thick, layered collar around his neck, a costume to match what Thomas Jefferson wore in an iconic 18th-century painting. The Houston news anchor … Continue reading

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Moses Boyd | Stranger Than Fiction (Director’s Cut)

Warning: video contains flashing images. The brief spoke of ‘hyper-musicality’. Outside of the obvious, this got us thinking about how might a sound ‘look’? What are our instruments, as filmmakers? First though, we had to set the mood and feel … Continue reading

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Lifelike Sculptures Are in Underwater Museum at the Great Barrier Reef

For over 10 years, sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor has dedicated his artistic practice to the enhancement and conservation of the underwater world. He has created underwater museums in Europe and spread his art throughout the Caribbean, and his latest project … Continue reading

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Who Was The Real Mary Poppins? | Absolute History

In 1934, Pamela Travers created the ‘practically perfect’ woman in Mary Poppins who bought order into the chaos of people’s homes. Decades later, the magical English nanny is still adored by children and parents alike. Featuring interviews with Tom Hanks … Continue reading

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