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Project Implicit is a team of Harvard scientists whose research aims to produce new ways of understanding our attitudes, stereotypes and other internal biases. They've created a range of interactive tests around personal relationships to health and wellbeing.
For those wanting to explore more, Project Implicit have also teamed up with multi-media artist Bayeté Ross Smith for two tests on racial biases. You can find them here.
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"Besides being a poetic masterpiece in its own right, ‘The Exaltation’ bears the distinction of being the first known work of literature that was attributed to an author whom we can identify in the historical record, rather than to an anonymous tradition or a fictional narrator."
In this fascinating article by cultural historian and translator Sophus Helle, a poem from an exiled woman 4,200 years ago turns instability into cosmic insight.
"My homage to the square has led me to demonstrate what colour does to US."
– Joseph Albers.
The legendary colour artist, Joseph Albers, understood the role of art to be something that reveals and evokes vision. This short film on his experiments with the humble square and colour tracks his artistic life and works ↴