Ben Bernanke on why real interest rates are low. Gerhard Richter talks about the art market bubble. An interview with Rem Koolhaas. Part 2 of Karl Ove Knausgaard’s passage through America. Interesting series of articles on creative AI and computational creativity. The awesome Givenchy Fall 2015 Ready-to-Wear collection. Abhijit Banerjee on what we have learned in the past two decades about microcredit and what we still need to know. John Nash and Louis Nirenberg share the Abel Prize. An ultrashort story by David Foster Wallace. New work by French street artist Charles Leval aka Levalet. On the trail of a mysterious connection between number theory, algebra and string theory. Recycling oil barrels around the world.
This is brilliant. From Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe: Every TV news report on the economy in one, courtesy of generic reporter Emily Surname.
While I will never know what the world will look like one hundred, two hundred or one thousand years from now I can indulge in the present.
I LOVED the Fall 2015 RTW collection by Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy. The show also featured some amazing facial jewelry.
Fascinating dance film by Maria Takeuchi & Frederico Phillips using two Xbox One Kinect sensors for motion capture.