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Blocking The Figure: How Bitcoin Could Lead To Greater Freedom

Andy Rolfes, AOT’s newest contributor, reporting on Rhizome’s “Blockchain Horizon” conference on October 22. Organized by Rhizome’s Artistic Director Michael Connor. Artists, critics, and entrepreneurs convene to discuss the cultural implications of Blockchain technology for publishing, licensing, and distribution.

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VIDEO: Artist Talk with Lucio Pozzi Diffraction Exhibition—NYU Casa Italiana in Greenwich Village NYC Autumn 2015

The evening was also the opening of Pozzi’s exhibition of his latest works, Diffractions. One of our favorite Lucio quotes from the evening “We are in an epoch in which the art world is affected by a virus, which is the virus of explanation-itis, and I am attempting to revisualize visual art.”

AOT Project Salon received Pozzi first, in the Spring of 2015 and that summer Pozzi generously accepted an invitation to be a part of our 2015 Summer Exhibition, when we exhibited a piece from his Diffraction series.

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Minority-Paranoia; 14-Year-Old Ahmed Mohamed Sent to Jail for Bringing Homemade Clock to School

Ahmed Mohamed, a 14-year-old Muslim student, was arrested at his high school in Irving, Texas. He brought in a homemade clock… instead of being rewarded for his genius, he was accused of making a bomb. The Architecture of Tomorrow—Art + Culture Journal

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Art and Activism; Corinne Innis Taking Aim at Police Brutality (Video)

WATCH THE VIDEO: Corinne Innis and Xavier Basabe will exhibit work at AOT Project Salon (159 Hope St., 11211). OPENING 9/8 6-9p. ON VIEW THROUGH SEPTEMBER 28th. The exhibition lends its title from the classic Kubrick cult film and was chosen by Innis as a means to express the lack of moral compass demonstrated by Police Officers, and to suggest anticipation as well dispelling the epidemic myth… this is pandemic, and a time for enlightenment.

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