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Abstract Animated Lines! The Whitney’s New Logo, and Other Applications

by Paddy Johnson Will Brand and Whitney Kimball on May 23, 2013
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All-star designers Experimental Jet Set say the W they’ve used for the Whitney’s logo represents “the heartbeat of New York, of USA.” It “encapsulates” a “dialectic between the ‘old world’ and the ‘new world’. Does this dialectic need to be encapsulated because it’s in the middle of the ocean?

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Gallery Girls Episode 3: “It’s Like, Actual Dirt”

by Ben Macaulay on August 30, 2012
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A few reflections on this week’s Gallery Girls: Eli Klein is awful, artist Ethan Cook is going places, and Damien Hirst’s work might be better than garbage bags. More where this comes from after the jump.

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Streaming Hot Sex Video Games

by Whitney Kimball on August 15, 2011
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This week in interactive art, there are three new sex video games! Or at least, two interactive sex videos and one video of a sex game.

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Probing the News for This Week’s Verb

by Whitney Kimball on August 10, 2011
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New in art news! Today we announce the pilgrim voyage of Art Fag City’s very own verb of the week. (Sorry, Stephen Colbert). This week in art news, every one got probed. Whether it’s Superman, Marilyn Monroe, your Facebook account, or the enigmatic Mona Lisa, no one is safe from (mostly hacker) probery.

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A Guide To Enjoying (And Making Your Own) GIF Art | The Creators Project

by Paddy Johnson on May 3, 2011

A Guide To Enjoying (And Making Your Own) GIF Art | The Creators Project – This post makes me wonder how important dating a GIF is since none of the GIFs have a creation date. In fact, the only date mentioned in the post is 2012, the year of a forthcoming GIF biennial. 

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