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Readings: “Translating Myself”

“Translating Myself” by Artrit Bytyçi | with an introduction by Demetri Raftopoulos | a cameo appearance by Zack Reeves | New York City, March 20, 2015

Readings: “Exquisite Corpse”

Exquisite Corpse | Writing and Reading Experiment | a fragment by Artrit Bytyçi | The New School Reading Series | New York City, December 12, 2014

Readings: “Rocks”

“Rocks” by Artrit Bytyçi | Animal Farm Reading Series | Brooklyn, New York | October 21, 2014

Readings: “Splashes”

Reading Series: Splashes – by Artrit Bytyci | The New School for Public Engagement | New York City, October 16, 2013

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Scientifically Speaking: The Large Hadron Collider

In a sense, our scientific curiosity didn’t evolve much since our cavemen ancestors. Let’s take a rock for example. What is it made out of? Even a Neanderthal could tell you that if you smash a rock, you will produce smaller rock pieces. And smashing those smaller pieces, will produce even smaller ones, until there comes a point when we may call them dust.