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OWS

15Nov11

I’ve temporarily relocated to NYC to join the Occupy movement. I’m going between things a bit still. Come Dec I will be working full time on tech projects to support not only Occupy Wall St., but the broader community. I originally entered publishing as a vehicle for activism in founding OCAD’s newspaper, Bite. I’ve for [...]

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Traffic in Tehran is hard to describe, and even harder to photograph. Driving in Tehran is quite creative. The rules of the road seem to be more like guidelines or suggestions. This video consists of about 2.5 minutes of footage taken at dusk, just as Eftar is announced. Most people are at home breaking their [...]

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blog renewal

04Sep07

My blog is about to undergo some fundamental changes. It was originally created as a means to bring my wife and my families’ members together around a pivotal event in our lives: our marriage. November 11, 2006 is now some time away, and my life has changed significantly (for the better) since. The wedding content [...]

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For those of you coming in a day early or staying a day later, I would recommend, if you are even one tenth as passionate about art as I am, that you check out the TIAF this weekend.

Here is a link to their website: www.tiafair.com

Continue reading ‘Toronto International Art Fair’

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For those of you that are technically savvy, you already knew that this blog was already RSS enabled. For those of you that rely entirely on email for your communications, I’ve set up a method for you to sign up to receive email notifications when the blog is updated.

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hail in Toronto

14Oct06

It hailed twice today for about two solid minutes! The hail was approximately the size of short grain rice or twice the size of pickling salt. This past Thursday, it snowed for about five minutes. I certainly hope that this weather does not foreshadow the atmospheric conditions for this November!

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Mark your calendars: November 11, 2006 will be a day not to forget! Not only is it Rememberance Day in Canada, it will also be the wedding of Sanaz Mazinani and Andrew Mallis.

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ABOUT

This is the blog of Andrew Mallis, a Toronto-born, San Francisco-based polymedia artist. I work in new(er) media with code, photography and electronics, and in traditional media by writing, drawing & painting.

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