Bits: 03.02.11

Jonathan Andrew, Type L483 Central Radio Transmitter Bunker, Spaandam, The Netherlands

Beautiful/Decay points out Jonathan Andrew's hauntingly stark photos of World War II bunkers, including the one above that was "important for the communication of the German Luftwaffe." Earlier: "Atlantikwall: Paul Virilio and the experimental geography of war bunkers"

• Did you know: The entirety of the Academy Award-winning documentary Harlan County USA -- about a 1973 coal miners strike in Kentucky -- is on Hulu?

• David Peterson, of Art of This Gallery in Minneapolis, has started a Kickstarter fund for Dressing Room, an exhibition and artist book publishing endeavor in his home. Kick 'em a few bucks.

• The hammer-wielding Christian woman who attacked Enrique Chagoya's The Misadventures of the Romantic Cannibals at the Loveland (Colo.) Museum/Gallery last year (mentioned here) has been “ordered to pay $2,991 in restitution — less than half the amount requested by prosecutors.”

• Meet Voina: "An art group that stages orgies, throws cats at cashiers and has Banksy as a fan has enraged the Russian authorities."

• Minnesota calls for art: Community Supported Art (CSA) is looking for art for the Spring season; deadline, Mar. 18. The nuit blanche festival Northern Spark is looking to bring the winter fun of the Art Shanty Projects to St. Paul's riverfront in June; submit proposals by Mar. 7.

• Your moment of Charlie Sheen Mad Libs. (My first attempt.)

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