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"shadow after shadow the room is one fire" by Michele Bubacco

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Networked Optimization (300wpm), Sebastian Schmieg + Silvio Lorusso and Amazon Kindle users, 2016. See also Networked Optimization books in OC4/library.

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Kevin Beasley at Casey Kaplan | CURA.

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Yoko Ono. Ceiling Painting (Yes Painting) 1966. The viewer is invited to climb a white ladder, at the top of which a magnifying glass, attached by a chain, hangs from a frame on the ceiling. The viewer uses the reading glass to discover a block-letter “instruction” beneath the framed sheet of glass — it says “Y E S.” It was through this work that Ono met her future husband and longtime collaborator, John Lennon.

Yoko Ono. Ceiling Painting (Yes Painting) 1966. The viewer is invited to climb a white ladder, at the top of which a magnifying glass, attached by a chain, hangs from a frame on the ceiling. The viewer uses the reading glass to discover a block-letter “instruction” beneath the framed sheet of glass — it says “Y E S.” It was through this work that Ono met her future husband and longtime collaborator, John Lennon.