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Ted Talks: David Anderson: Your brain is more than a bag of chemicals

David Anderson_Your brain is more than a bag of chemicals

Ted Talks Lilly and Pfizer don’t want you to know this. And some of us have been feeling this way for years, however, this guy puts the science in the forefront. Modern psychiatric drugs treat the chemistry of the whole brain, but neurobiologist David Anderson believes in a more nuanced view of how the brain […]

Oliver Laric’s “Versions 2010″

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Watch: 2009: versions.mov 2010: versionsversions.mov oliverlaric.com via todayandtomorrow.net Recycled Disney Animations

Mark Bittman Eat My Heart Out

Feeling a little like leftover mexican? Think it has anything to do with what you shove into you’re greasy gullet? You might just be right. Nutrition is simple, but the truth seems to be that people let the market make their dietary decisions for them. Imagine food as sex. Do you want cheap superficial mindless […]

Objectified, a film about industrial design

Objectified, a film about industrial design, is a new movie by Gary Hustwit. It’s his followup to Helvetica, which was totally awesome. The film should be released in March, 2009. Paola Antonelli (Museum of Modern Art, New York) Chris Bangle (BMW Group, Munich) Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec (Paris) Andrew Blauvelt (Walker Art Center, Minneapolis) Anthony […]

The 1962 science fiction film La Jetée by Chris Marker.

Photos from Stavey Pullen’s AIDS benefit, as well as Cliff Bell’s will be up later, come back soon. La Jetée is set in a post-nuclear war paris and focuses on a group of survivors living underground as they experiment with time travel. It was produced with minimal budget, has no dialogue, and was constructed almost […]

Deaf Performance Arts Network (D-PAN) Pictures [09.19.09]

. [Enter 09.19.09 Gallery] D-PAN, The Deaf Performing Artists Network, is a national nonprofit organization founded by Sean Forbes and Joel Martin. D-PAN creates music videos featuring deaf and hard-of-hearing performers. Their first video for “Where’d You Go” by Fort Mionr, featuring Sean Forbes and Rosina Switras has made a huge impact on YouTube. The […]

In addition…

In addition to the photos Christos and I shot of Analena, we also ran into a few groups of people. I didn’t get photos of everyone, but I managed to grab some. I will be adding to this gallery later, but here are a couple shots I promised. -Joshua [Josh@GrimIndustries.com]

Japanese Rape Club.

I knew women’s rights in Japan were on the low end of the stick, but I did not know their most scholarly schools had established “rape clubs”. Shit is out of control. if video does not play do to copyright click here