Link List #63: Artistic resistance with Ai Weiwei and Olafur Eliasson, town planning with Tinder and the latest from Mac DeMarco

Read how the tech sector has appropriated the Tinder swipe for urban planning, listen in to a live stream of LAPD police radio, and fly to the moon with Ai Weiwei and Olafur Eliasson. These are the links from the FvF office this week.

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    • 1 There’s not much we like more than the subversive, dirty-ish, Canadian pop-marvel Mac DeMarco. This week he released two new tracks from his upcoming album Old Dog Today, and a tasty tour announcement for the US and Europe, listen up here.
    • 2 Ai Weiwei and Olafur Eliasson have created a space for imagination: turn nothing into something—make a drawing, make a mark. Look at other people’s work and share your own with the world. Celebrate how creativity transcends borders at moonmoonmoonmoon.com.
    • 3 The tech sector has proposed a Tinder for cities: this article from The Guardian explains how new wave digital tools are making the process of urban development transparent and interactive.
    • 4 Cashmere Radio is a Berlin based not-for-profit broadcaster whose aim is to preserve and further the art of radio by experimenting with the medium: they are both an online and physical station. Celebrate radio as a social and performative space with them by streaming here.
    • 5 Head to youarelistening.to for the ambient music and LAPD radio—live streamed from cities around the US.

Thanks for reading! We hope our links inspire you and give you a small window into what the FvF office is enjoying this week.

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Text:Rosie Flanagan

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