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I am an art history graduate currently living in Germany. This blog is a place for me to keep the things I like, the things I know about, and the things I'd like to know more about. It is a teaching platform for myself, and perhaps you will discover something too.

My research deals with technological failure as artistic tactic, human-machine interaction, virtuality/potentiality, difficulties of digital authenticity, and image/data clutter.

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I also run this blog, dedicated to the ridiculous things I find here on tumblr dot com.


Paul Almasy, micro x-ray photographs of a chick embryo heart from 3rd to 11th day, from the History of Medicine, World Health Organization

Paul Almasy, micro x-ray photographs of a chick embryo heart from 3rd to 11th day, from the History of Medicine, World Health Organization

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