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Miranda July

Curated Intimacy Over Email: On Miranda July’s “We Think Alone”

by Paddy Johnson and Corinna Kirsch on August 19, 2013
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We have our doubts about Miranda July’s “We Think Alone” project.

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Miranda July’s “We Think Alone” Lets You Know Celebrities Are Normal People, Too

by Corinna Kirsch on July 5, 2013
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Miranda July used to make art about normal people, but now she makes art about celebrities. In We Think Alone, an email project that debuted on Monday, July delivers celebrities’ emails straight to your inbox, revealing the mundane and absurd details that make up their lives. Celebrities: they’re just like us!

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Massive Links: What Can Curators Tells Us About Not Shitting Ourselves All Day | Jim Carrey’s Nuts Are A-Okay | Some GIFs Are Small

by Paddy Johnson on June 16, 2011
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This week in Massive Links, journalists are mistaking a new study that finds one year old babies like Picasso’s cubism more than Monet’s impressionism as an art story. Jim Carrey’s jet is now available on ebay for the buy it now price of 1.5 million! Better act quick on that collectors. Also, lots on GIFs and Miranda July’s face. Let’s get to it!

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[Sponsor] Sundays in July, Experience Some of the Decade's Most Exciting Avant-Garde Films

by Art Fag City on July 16, 2010
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Don't miss this rare opportunity to experience 30 beautiful, provocative, and poetic avant-garde films that are part of “21st Century Limited: Experimental Films 2000-2009” on July 18th and 25th. Drawn from Film Comment magazine's best-of-the-decade poll, six Sunday programs in July will showcase some of the most memorable experimental works from the first decade of […]

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