- Volgende Villa Sculptura: Wonen in een kunstwerk van Atelier Van Lieshout, Parkzichtlaan, Leidsche Rijn, Utrecht
- Vorige Leonard van Munster – work in progress “the dancing white man”
14-02 2016, 10:24 NP
“Costing an estimated €350,000 to build, local councillors hope the fountain will become a popular attraction and increase tourism in the region, known for its hop plantations.”
En nog drinkbaar ook, laat de touringcars maar komen.
14-02 2016, 9:15 NP
- Uit het dagboek van Hermann Göring. (foto Sarah Wildman)
“The Jeu de Paume became a warehouse, and a transit station, for the systematic sluicing of French art into the Reich, particularly work that had been in private—and Jewish—hands. Göring visited the museum some twenty times to select items for himself, his wife, his homes. He was not alone in his greed: the best of the best was supposed to be kept for Hitler; the next tier of Nazis would then select for themselves.”
11-02 2016, 9:07 NP
‘Travel photographs, image circulation and obsolescence were on Anouk Kruithof’s mind when she made “Subconscious Travelling.” Hear Kruithof discuss the ideas behind this photographic installation, which began with her discovery of an empty travel album she happened across at a secondhand market.’
Zelf gaan kijken kan nog t/m 20 maart a.s.
8-02 2016, 13:54 NP
- Malware Example: KUKU.COM
An example of an MS-DOS-based virus, now removed of its destructive capability but leaving its messages.
“The Malware Museum is a collection of malware programs, usually viruses, that were distributed in the 1980s and 1990s on home computers. Once they infected a system, they would sometimes show animation or messages that you had been infected. Through the use of emulations, and additionally removing any destructive routines within the viruses, this collection allows you to experience virus infection of decades ago with safety.”
6-02 2016, 7:58 NP