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219. in country United Kingdom and category Magazines & Journals

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Koo Bohnchang’s photographs from his ‘Vessels’ series dramatically enlarge their delicate, ceramic subjects. "I hope people can listen to what I have captured, and perhaps sense some very subtle vibration.” 

Capturing Silence, from Cereal Volume 19: 

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Koo Bohnchang’s photographs from his ‘Vessels’ series dramatically enlarge their delicate, ceramic subjects. "I hope people can listen to what I have captured, and perhaps sense some very subtle vibration.” Capturing Silence, from Cereal Volume 19: https://t.co/cLn0sMvVXO https://t.co/bSXJbqOoXJ

The jars are highly vulnerable to breakages in the kiln — the luminous, plain white glaze is one of the most difficult to execute. 

Reflections of the Moon. From the archive, Cereal Volume 15, 2018.

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The jars are highly vulnerable to breakages in the kiln — the luminous, plain white glaze is one of the most difficult to execute. Reflections of the Moon. From the archive, Cereal Volume 15, 2018. https://t.co/IlsDfGbdJx https://t.co/m0aW6WLie0

READ: A selection of books we are reading to become more educated on racism and injustice, as well as a list of black owned bookstores to support.

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READ: A selection of books we are reading to become more educated on racism and injustice, as well as a list of black owned bookstores to support. #BlackLivesMatter https://t.co/SD2HfFmGOX

Axel Vervoordt describes collecting as a lifelong pilgrimage and observes that the privilege of acquiring them only makes sense if he can share them with others.

From the archive, Cereal Volume 15, 2018.

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Axel Vervoordt describes collecting as a lifelong pilgrimage and observes that the privilege of acquiring them only makes sense if he can share them with others. From the archive, Cereal Volume 15, 2018. https://t.co/f2VFReiovD #axelvervoordt https://t.co/X1lnanj12C

Astrology is a methodology with the goal of understanding others and ourselves at its heart. And, if we are willing, it can cast a light on how we can grow as human beings.

A Study of Movements: Considering Astrology, from Cereal Volume 18.

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Astrology is a methodology with the goal of understanding others and ourselves at its heart. And, if we are willing, it can cast a light on how we can grow as human beings. A Study of Movements: Considering Astrology, from Cereal Volume 18. https://t.co/scoYDnOPlh https://t.co/UpNQYTiQah

“As a curator, I always buy books. I buy a book every day,” says Hans Ulrich Obrist. How many books do you have, exactly? “About 50,000,” he replies.

A conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist. From the archives, Cereal Volume 16, 2018.

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“As a curator, I always buy books. I buy a book every day,” says Hans Ulrich Obrist. How many books do you have, exactly? “About 50,000,” he replies. A conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist. From the archives, Cereal Volume 16, 2018. https://t.co/kOKNvlvdJZ https://t.co/tUfaybYRu7

Luis Barragán’s house can be read as a testament to the split self, to the life of a bachelor who existed “either completely surrounded by people, or completely alone.” 

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Luis Barragán’s house can be read as a testament to the split self, to the life of a bachelor who existed “either completely surrounded by people, or completely alone.” https://t.co/d5NKMBozqh https://t.co/FKot6lBHg9

“I would extract these little gems and refine them until they started to make my stomach turn,” says Rupi Kaur. “That’s when I knew: this is what I want to put out.” 

A conversation with Rupi Kaur, from Cereal Volume 18, 2019. 

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“I would extract these little gems and refine them until they started to make my stomach turn,” says Rupi Kaur. “That’s when I knew: this is what I want to put out.” A conversation with Rupi Kaur, from Cereal Volume 18, 2019. https://t.co/87t5Oi02IP https://t.co/tLxxB7VuUv

Material Colour - Muller Van Severen's Home and Studio:

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Material Colour - Muller Van Severen's Home and Studio: https://t.co/6APXQY4psJ https://t.co/1tZhr6OkDr

Principally working with brass, Carl Auböck gave his handcrafted accessories and household objects a simplified, gently humorous aesthetic. 

From the archive, Cereal Volume 11, 2016.

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Principally working with brass, Carl Auböck gave his handcrafted accessories and household objects a simplified, gently humorous aesthetic. From the archive, Cereal Volume 11, 2016. https://t.co/s7sIGhdSj2 https://t.co/MidJVWQMI8

“Making a beautiful interior is never my final goal,” says Yang. “I use spaces as tools to achieve my goals, which, in this case, is to demonstrate the potential of traditional Korean architecture for contemporary living.”

From Volume 19. 

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“Making a beautiful interior is never my final goal,” says Yang. “I use spaces as tools to achieve my goals, which, in this case, is to demonstrate the potential of traditional Korean architecture for contemporary living.” From Volume 19. https://t.co/flOuoP5LBP #teoyang https://t.co/SHcTELjpze

Teo Yang and his Chow Chow, Apple, standing in the central courtyard of his hanok home and studio. Apple is so named after Yang’s young nephew once observed she looks like a spiky pineapple.

Blue Pine, from Cereal Volume 19. 

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Teo Yang and his Chow Chow, Apple, standing in the central courtyard of his hanok home and studio. Apple is so named after Yang’s young nephew once observed she looks like a spiky pineapple. Blue Pine, from Cereal Volume 19. https://t.co/2ywhj15tyd #teoyang https://t.co/dqToznsdaG

Designer Teo Yang’s hanok in Bukchon, Seoul. “I had no idea I would ever live in a hanok, as they are so rare,” he says. “I felt an obligation to inherit this tradition, to modernise it, and to create this platform.”

From Cereal Volume 19.  

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Designer Teo Yang’s hanok in Bukchon, Seoul. “I had no idea I would ever live in a hanok, as they are so rare,” he says. “I felt an obligation to inherit this tradition, to modernise it, and to create this platform.” From Cereal Volume 19. https://t.co/2ywhj15tyd https://t.co/6BChyS8L7A

Selected spreads from Cereal Volume 19.

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Selected spreads from Cereal Volume 19. https://t.co/nkxvNzim5O https://t.co/BL6h9iHVGY

You can marvel at what George Nakashima has left behind, just as you can marvel at a full-grown tree and wonder how such a thing could have possibly come into being.

From the archive, 2015.

Read more here: https://t.co/3JtXxURuFs

#georgenakashima https://t.co/cAvspBBfB3
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You can marvel at what George Nakashima has left behind, just as you can marvel at a full-grown tree and wonder how such a thing could have possibly come into being. From the archive, 2015. Read more here: https://t.co/3JtXxURuFs #georgenakashima https://t.co/cAvspBBfB3

Silent Light, the site-specific installation of JAMESPLUMB’s light-based work, Stained Moons, which ran for half a moon cycle from 9-23 February 2020 at Mussenden Temple, on the Atlantic coast of Northern Ireland.

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#jamesplumb https://t.co/uGK3Mdy0y0

Silent Light, the site-specific installation of JAMESPLUMB’s light-based work, Stained Moons, which ran for half a moon cycle from 9-23 February 2020 at Mussenden Temple, on the Atlantic coast of Northern Ireland. https://t.co/Z9c8S4MHP1 #jamesplumb https://t.co/uGK3Mdy0y0

Silent Light, the site-specific installation of JAMESPLUMB’s light-based work, Stained Moons, which ran for half a moon cycle from 9-23 February 2020 at Mussenden Temple, on the Atlantic coast of Northern Ireland.

From Cereal Volume 19. 

https://t.co/Z9c8S4MHP1 https://t.co/Df6E3WLVhY
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Silent Light, the site-specific installation of JAMESPLUMB’s light-based work, Stained Moons, which ran for half a moon cycle from 9-23 February 2020 at Mussenden Temple, on the Atlantic coast of Northern Ireland. From Cereal Volume 19. https://t.co/Z9c8S4MHP1 https://t.co/Df6E3WLVhY

The Cereal Spring 2020 playlist is now live: 

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The Cereal Spring 2020 playlist is now live: https://t.co/Vd04wMcpER https://t.co/c6EoaOhfx6

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