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  • Breaking Conventions: Video Report-Back and Discussion- Talk organized at The Change You Want To See Gallery on Tuesday, September 16, 7-10pm. "Please join us for an evening of video clips and conversation with independent media activists who've recently returned from the national political conventions. Hear first-hand accounts from the convention floor to the protests in the streets to the insides of a Minneapolis jailhouse. With Jeremy Scahill, Democracy Now!, I-Witness Video, Glassbead Collective, Big Noise Tactical, Indymedia"

  • Nobel Textiles: Marrying Design to Scientific Discovery- "Nobel Textiles is the result of a two year-long collaboration between Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and the Medical Research Council which paired 5 Nobel Prize winning scientists with 5 designers. The results of this innovative project will be showcased for the first time in Saint James's Park with design collections and site specific installations inspired by the discoveries of the Nobel Laureates."

  • Art Space Talk: Caroline Mak- Interview with artist Caroline Mak from myartspace > blog. "The systems that emerge in Caroline Mak's installations contain references to disciplines ranging from biology, topography and the decorative arts. She has stated that natural processes are translated, reflected and re-created in her installations. In the process of construction, systems become apparent in the spaces they are assigned to, each self-contained worlds with their own inherent logic."

  • Lisa Anne Auerbach If Nothing Changes, It Changes Nothing at Printed Matter- Solo exhibition by Los Angeles-based artist Lisa Anne Auerbach opens tonight at Printed Matter. "Spanning 15 years of production, If Nothing Changes, It Changes Nothing features a broad spectrum of Lisa Anne Auerbach's publications, knitted works, and ephemera as well as a new knitted edition created by the artist specifically for the exhibition."