No Space, Just a Place. Eterotopia
“There’s something about floating translucent bubbles that’s always seemed futuristic, from the ’60s right up to the present day. Photographer Melvin Sokolsky was on the, er, ball, then, when he shot his now iconic Bubble series for the Harpers Bazaar 1963 Spring Collection.” – Doug Bierend wired.com
“Return to ancient crafts and watch the Dolce&Gabbana Men’s Fall Winter 2020/21 Fashion Show”.– Dolce & Gabbana on YouTube
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“When Art and Physics Collide – Brought to you by Hyundai Motor Company
Illuminating the principles of quantum physics, ‘Quantum’ invites us to explore new paradigms of modern science and techno-scientific culture. Ten artist projects explode how quantum physics impacts our social reality, with far-reaching and unexpected results. The curators join multidisciplinary artist Lea Porsager as she explores the collision between quantum theory, sensuality and spirituality.”Art + Technology via YouTube August 2019
The LGBT Community Center of New York City, with support from Google.org, has worked to preserve LGBTQ+ history for future generations by extending the Stonewall National Monument from its physical location in New York City to a digital experience that can be accessed by everyone, everywhere.
pride.google June 2019
Celebrating the past, present, and future of the LGBTQ+ community.
pride.google June 2019
via pride.google: Pride Forever
Discover Dolce & Gabbana Fall Winter 2019-20 Menswear Fashion Collection. Visit the official website Dolcegabbana.com.
To understand how gay rights vary around the world, Business Insider created a set of maps.
Shayanne Gall and Ashley Collman
businessinsider.com: 10 maps show how different LGBTQ rights are around the world – Business Insider
What the US might look like if the worst climate change predictions come true.
businessinsider.com via msn.com: Disturbing before-and-after images show what major US cities could look like in the year 2100
“In his new photo book, The AIDS Activist Project Bill Bytsura showcases 18 activists from around the globe, photographed over two decades, and including members of ACT UP (The AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power) chapters from the United States and Europe.”
– David Toussaint, Dec. 1, 2018 queerty.com