Monthly Archives: June 2010

Las Meninas: Contemplating reinterpretations

I’ve recently found a description of a nice exhibition held in Museo del Prada, in Madrid, called Richard Hamilton: Picasso’s Meninas. It was a double homage, to Picasso himself, and then in turn to his homage to Velazquez (I wrote … Continue reading

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Moscow Metro Map 2100

Yes, that’s not a mistype, it’s not about 2010, but indeed a forecast of the things almost a century further from us. Unfortunately, I don’t know the source/author of the work, found it somewhere ‘on the web’ As I was … Continue reading

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Serious Games in Wonderland

Found an interesting company, Ellis in Wonderland; I guess it’s more like a one-(wo)man show, but nevertheless quite active in ‘serious games’ development here in Holland; I heard the name from a few people already (partly because it’s very mind-catching, … Continue reading

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Ctrl-Z Future

Wrote a small piece inspired by the movie we’ve seen the other day, Prince of Persia; I was not aware that the theme of the ‘future’ is so central to the movie. And it is happened to be, it’s not … Continue reading

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