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Graphic Fiction 'Apollo' Reminds Us of the Heights Humanity Can Reach

Revisiting the moon landing via graphic fiction work, Apollo, offers a vital reminder of hope and possibility in these dark and petty times.

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Space and System in Culver City: A Visit to IndieCade

Beset by sculptures of alien invaders and rampaging teenage zombies, IndieCade manages to be a place of community all but forgotten in mainstream electronic gaming.

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'Acoustic Territories': Sound and Sense Become Indistinguishable

Acoustic Territories argues that sound, far from being merely something that takes place in, occupies, or evokes space, is inherently spatial and determines our very sense of locatedness.

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Orbiter

Orbiter is perhaps a perfect comic for this period in American history, when a current of optimism can be felt within the Obama administration.

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Space: 1999: 30th Anniversay 17 DVD Megaset

It wanted to be a Me Decade meditation on all things cosmic and considered. Yet thanks to a 'force' outside its control, it became the lamentable last word.

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Rafael Toral: Space

Portuguese electronic composer (and Rhys Chatham collaborator) Rafael Toral ponders the unpredictability of synthesized sound and the emptiness of deep space in three extended pieces.

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Autovaughn: Space

Autovaughn's Space is like modern rock radio, except indie-er.

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