Mathieu Bernard-Reymond's Sweden Demographic Development, 1970-2050.

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Mathieu Bernard-Reymond's Sweden Demographic Development, 1970-2050.

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ARCHIVE II and ARCHIVE IV, two spaces designed by David Garcia Studio, about social relationships and the relation to information hubs.

via unequal-design, via Gizmodo.

about Yukie Nakano, via Bailey, everywhere



Thanks, Bailey, for finding this out:

http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/cwaj/online/index.html : a Library of Congress exhibit, the Miura is there too. The work’s name is Blow. The exhibition was April-June 2007. The artists are from the College Women’s Association of Japan (http://www.cwaj.org/), which appears to have an exhibit every year in Tokyo. The artists are not all women.

That’s all I could find. The internet’s most popular person, as I’m sure you saw, is Yuki Nakano (http://yukister.com) but that’s pretty different. :/


Mystery solved. :)

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