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PROVOKE

verb

To stir up purposely; provide a needed stimulus

/ Bridge to Nowhere / “The decay is so slow it is imperceptible.” Aesop: The Fabulist.

/ An (Oft-Copied) Still-Life Photographer Shows Us How It’s Done / “Abstractly subjective, employing everyday materials into thought-provoking scenarios.” Sight Unseen.

/ Jesse Kamm’s Laid-Back Approach to Life — and Looks / “My uniform doesn’t only involve what I wear. It involves these philosophies I have about how to live a good life. For me, freedom is wealth. That’s my success: Being free to pick up and go away for the summer and be in a place where I can completely shut down.” The New York Times.

/ Endurance Test: Johanna / “There is no place for fear, no place for panic, no place for mistakes. Under the ice you need total control of the place, the time and to trust yourself completely.” Nowness.

/ Casa Rosario by depA+Margarida Leitão Architects Celebrates Portuguese Contemporary Cosmopolitanism / “A comfortable scale, an appealing compositional structure, and a captivating atmosphere.” This Is Paper.

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