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For Revolution, a series of digital landscapes, Chicago-based British artist Ben Whitehouse, MFA’91, filmed 24 consecutive hours—a full revolution of the earth—at locations such as Central Park (bottom) and Michigan’s North Bar Lake (top). New Yorkers can currently see North Bar Lake excerpts on Panasonic’s mega-monitor in Times Square. Whitehouse’s images are also on exhibit at David Klein Gallery in Birmingham, MI, through April 28 and at Chicago’s Alfedena Gallery April 20 through June 2. (See “Landscapes in hi-def”)

photo: once upon a crimeOnce upon a crime
U of C filmmakers take murder on the road.
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photo: plays well with othersPlays well with others
Musician David Grubbs finds creativity through collaboration.
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photo: cubanCuban crescendo
Young rappers raise their voices—and Castro’s government listens.
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photo: cvitaeC.Vitae
Religious ethicist Peter J. Paris goes beyond the African American experience and travels directly to the source.
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photo:  dogCultural Studies
Lack of snow didn’t stop Chicago’s 24th annual Kuviasungnerk festivities, held January 5–12.
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