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    DATA RECOVERY Diego Collado Diego Collado (Lima 1984), is a scientific artist whose best-known works, Data Recovery and Robots Won’t Daydream, examine interactions between the human and technological unconscious by subjecting a machine’s ideas to the scrutiny of the animal mind. -Francisco Vilhena Granta Mag, London Data Recovery (2010-2014) retrieves erased images from memory cards and, using a digital first aid software, partially recovers the images, and completes the unrecoverable part following the criteria of a software. The software generates designs, textures and colours, which confer a surreal continuity to the section of the image that was recovered. The quintessence of the project is a metaphor of what occurs with the neurological mechanisms of our memory, which in time leave gaps that need to be completed. in other words, Data Recovery creates an image of a kind of amnesia. It also speaks to us in poetic code, in a universe saturated by imagery, of the images that fade and are lost. - Joan Fontcuberta

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    • Erased - Kunstschool Genk


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      Erased - Kunstschool Genk Credits: Emiel Rogiers, Dani van Riet & Chantal Brouwers

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        The Last Victim of Stalinism – an MP Punished for Speaking in Parliament Story: In 1990, communist Federal Yugoslavia was in the grip of changes. In their forefront was the Parliament of Slovenia which had just abolished notorious Article 133 of the criminal law (»verbal delict«) thus introducing freedom of speech and pushing towards separation from the other Yugoslav republics. Federal Army Colonel, Milan Aksentijević, was a member of Slovenian Parliament. His interest in democratization was genuine; he advocated the same view as the international community, namely, that the rights of minorities should be introduced along with democratization of the whole country before any separation took place, including the membership of the whole Yugoslavia in the EU. The Parliament, however, voted differently: 173 votes were for separation from Yugoslavia and only one vote, that of Milan Aksentijević, was against it. The communist leaders of Yugoslavia were too much gripped with the lust for power that they soon led the country to tribal wars. Moreover, the totalitarian spirit of punishment of political opponents, so popular among Stalinists, as well as ostracism, got to Milan Aksentijević, too. The old-new authorities of independent Slovenia started a negative political campaign against Milan Aksentijević, now retired Brigade General. He was deprived of his Slovenian citizenship and pension payment; he and his family were driven out of their apartment in Ljubljana and even all official records were rubbed out. He became a kind of „state enemy“. Some of his relatives changed their family name „Aksentijević“ to be able to survive in the atmosphere of political lynch. He, his wife and son live now in a distant mountain village of Golnik in what was once his “mountain cottage.” Milan is the second member of Aksentijević family that has become a victim of totalitarianism: his father Živojin, an Orthodox priest, was shot by Nazi occupying forces in Kragujevac, Serbia, together with 2300 students and their professors during the Kragujevac massacre – Živojin was professor of theology. Milan was growing in orphanages dreaming about rebuilding of his country destroyed in WW2. For this reason he later joined the military engineering academy and went to Slovenia where he met his wife Ana. Building Slovenia in the days of „brotherhood and unity“ he made a successful career and became an MP. All this had lasted up to his advocating for democratization of Yugoslavia. Today, he is a totally isolated person.

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        • The Eyes that Deceive Us - David's Sin


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          Sin creeps in when we take our eyes off the Long Obedience in the Same Direction. 1. Sin is a choice. Psalm 51:3 – “For I know my transgressions, and my sin is always before me.” 2. Sin brings consequences. Psalm 51:17– “My sacrifice, oh God is a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart, you God, will not despise.” 3. Sin is chaos. 1 Corinthians 14:33 – “For God is not a God of disorder but of peace – as in all the congregations of the Lord’s people.” 4. Sin can be erased by confession. Psalm 51:10 – “Create in me a pure heart, o God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me.” A long obedience in the same direction recognizes sin. Sin is a choice. Sin results in consequences. Sin is chaotic. Sin can be erased by confession..

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          • How do I get my criminal record expunged?


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            Mitchell Sexner, a criminal defense attorney in Chicago, discusses the steps one must take to get his or her criminal record expunged. For more information, visit http://www.chicagocriminallawyeril.com/expungements/

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            • Erased


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              A safe driving PSA | Bridgestone Safety Scholars Entry Writers | Kaley Wilburn, Allison Tate-Cortese Producer | Kyle Snavely Director | Allison Tate-Cortese One-Man-Crew | Cameron Lynah Talent | Kyle Lyon, John Poweski Editor | Allison Tate-Cortese VFX | Kyle Snavely, Allison Tate-Cortese

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              • Erased


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                a comedy based on a film board room meeting

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                • Standing Alliance "Erased"


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                  Minneapolis based Standing Alliance preforms "Erased" live in St. Paul and Station 4, on May 22nd, 2013. Watch for these cats!

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                  • 'ERASED'- A 'MOVIE TALK' Review


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                    A movie review show called 'MOVIE TALK' in which filmmaker Tim Hellman and guests review current movies and talk about their lives as they relate to the films. This episode 'ERASED', the spy thriller starring Aaron Eckhart as an ex-CIA agent on the run, with his daughter, from his former employers.  With guest critic Jamison Challeen. Music by Asher Deaver doing 'Cocaine Song'

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