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Published by:
SCOPE Magazine
Published:
4/26/2013
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
56 pages Saddle-stitched
Category:
Political
Tags:
art, art forgery, business, culture, fun, haiti, institutional revolution, science, SCOPE, thought-control

In SCOPE's 2012 issue, you’ll find stimulating essays on the status of fun in our over-marketed society, on living in the shadow of the Haitian earthquake, on the grey zones of intellectual property and art forgery, and on the hidden role of measurement in creating the modern era. You’ll find interviews with Brooklyn-based band Says She’s Ms. Blat and pioneer of thought-controlled computing Ariel Garten. Plus (and as always) you’ll find beautiful work from talented artists and photographers around the world.

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