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An engrossing web installation about the history of generative music.
I really enjoyed this. It has an interesting interface too.
“Beijing Silvermine is an archive of half a million negatives salvaged over the last seven years from a recycling plant on the edge of Beijing. Assembled by the French collector and artist Thomas Sauvin, Beijing Silvermine offers a unique photographic portrait of the Chinese capital and the life of its inhabitants in the decade following the Cultural Revolution.”
It’s a pretty crazy collection. I found this fascinating.
Because it’s Twitter, it’s definitely making the rounds.
A very challenging game.
The goal is to hit a key that they give you to keep your little square alive for as long as possible. Then at the same time, they’ll add a new “room” and a new key to hit, at the same time.
The goal is 30 seconds, in 4 simultaneous rooms, at the same time.
You spend a lot of time just figuring out what the key press actually does.
I “sort of” like this game but holy cow can it be frustrating.
Sent in by Ashy T.
South Carolina – Memento semper victos belli civilis
“Always remember the losers of the Civil War”
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