Author Archives: Ken Dowell

Niagara Falls: Two Views

A view of the falls from the U.S. and Canadian sides. Continue reading

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Liberty State Park: It’s Good to Have Friends

Saving the “people’s park” from commercial development Continue reading

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Liberty State Park: With Dollar Signs in Their Eyes

For 43 years, developers have floated proposals for commercial exploitation of Liberty State Park ranging from luxury condos to a Formula One racetrack.. Continue reading

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Liberty State Park: Nature Reclaimed

A park crafted from an industrial wasteland. Continue reading

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Famous Artists Hang Together at Harvard

The Harvard Art Museums Continue reading

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A Scratch on the Earth from Montana to Newark

Wendy Red Star exhibit at the Newark Museum Continue reading

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The Artist as Technologist

From Programmed: Rules, Codes and Choreographies in Art Continue reading

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(Nearly) Live at SXSW: The system is broken. Why?

Special interests? A dysfunctional two-party system? Voter suppression? Continue reading

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(Nearly) Live at SXSW: How to save the internet.

Buzzfeed CEO Jonah Peretti at SXSW Interactive Continue reading

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Big Art II: Dia Beacon

A former Nabisco factory turned art space. Continue reading

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