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Museum of Modern Art

  1. Art+Feminism Is Hosting Its Second Ever Wikipedia Edit-a-thon To Promote Gender Equality

    Wikipedia is a great resource for all kinds of odd information, but it's often not particularly welcoming to women who want to participate in its elaborate editing process. But just talking about the problem isn't going to create more female editors—training women who are interested will.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Praise the TV Gods; Mr. Feeny Will Be Back for Girl Meets World

    Things We Saw Today

    Writes ComingSoon.Net, "It is not known if [William Daniels] would keep playing Mr. Feeny beyond the pilot if the show gets picked up as a series," but whatever, I'll take it. Photographic proof of Feeny on-set courtesy of EW.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Art Nouveau Doctor Who

    Things We Saw Today

    First there was Rose. Now there's Ten. Megan Lara's latest Doctor Who t-shirt design is available for purchase at RedBubble.  (via Fashionably Geek)

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  4. Press Start: Museum of Modern Art to Showcase Video Game Collection

    To all those people who scoff at video games and see them as nothing but wastes of time and a way to lose brain cells, here's some well-deserved egg on your face: By March 2013, The Museum of Modern Art is planning to present a gallery showcasing select video games that have left an indelible mark on popular culture in addition to other qualities that make them artistic pieces in their own right. At last, someone out there has discerning taste!

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  5. Now There’s a Machine That Simulates Menstruation…Finally?

    Bloody Good Fun

    Guys, do you ever wish you could peek into the experience of a woman and try menstruation for a while? Girls, do you wish you could be on your period more often? No? That's not a thing most people want? Well, art doesn't really cater to the more practical side of things, so Japanese artist Sputniko! (punctuation included) designed this machine, now being featured in the Museum of Modern Art, that simulates the experience of menstruation.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Happy Easter!

    Things We Saw Today

    Check out DC Women Kicking Ass for the Peep Titans and the X-Peeps!

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  7. The Building Made from Thousands of Books

    Slovakian-born artist Matej Kren designed this dizzying structure made of thousands of books as an installation for Bologna's Museum of Modern Art.

    Titled Scanner, the narrowness of the piece, which is large enough for people to walk through and which is lined with mirrors, is meant to "evoke a sensation of sublime terror, an alteration referring to a puzzling infinity itself created to destabilize conventional spatial habits. Mirrors become an instrument to create illusion and, at the same time, to unmask it. Since the public can easily see themselves reflected in a false infinite – thus discovering the illusion – the problem becomes the latency of perception."

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