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Sunday, 14 February

10:46

WHAT IT MEANS TO BE HUMAN: THE ‘UNCONTACTED’ PROJECT – AMAZON ULTRA KULTURE

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DPG contributor and filmmaker Kyle McBurnie, along with a small team of journalists and conservationists, is planning to shoot a novel documentary on the lives of tribes living in the Amazon rainforest at the fringes of modern civilization. The “Uncontacted Project” will follow the team as it ventures through a restricted portion of Peru’s Manú National Park, “one of the last truly wild places on Earth,” and talks to tribal communities who are just beginning to connect with the outside world. The expedition is scheduled to begin on April 1st.

The Uncontacted Project, which is already partially funded but is looking for the remaining funds via a month-long Kickstarter campaign, hasn’t set out to make contact with uncontacted tribes, but rather explore the lives of individuals who are encountering “our” society and how this is impacting their lives. The goals of the project are to create a photo book and a 12–15-minute film on the expedition, with a view to showing the documentary at various film festivals...

10:24

MICROBIOME: Urbanization leads to change in type of bacteria in the home ULTRA KULTURE

Whether it’s a jungle hut or a high-rise apartment, your home is covered in bacteria, and new research from the Amazon suggests city dwellers might want to open a window.

In this photo provided by Science Advances shows microbiologist Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello, collecting temperature information of the floor at one of the Checherta huts. Whether it's a jungle hut or a high-rise apartment, your home is covered in bacteria, and new research from the Amazon suggests city dwellers might want to open a window. (Humberto Cavallin/ University of Puerto Rico/Science Advance via AP)

In this photo provided by Science Advances shows microbiologist Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello, collecting temperature information of the floor at one of the Checherta huts. Whether it’s a jungle hut or a high-rise apartment, your home is covered in bacteria, and new research from the Amazon suggests city dwellers might want to open a window. (Humberto Cavallin/ University of Puerto Rico/Science Advance via AP)

Scientists traveled from remote villages in Peru to a large Brazilian city to begin tracking the effects of urbanization on the diversity of bacteria in people’s homes. It&#821...

01:33

Home Sweet New Home: Code Talker Dan Akee Gets His Wish Indian Country Headline News

The front door of Dan Akee’s home was wrapped with a wide red ribbon....

Saturday, 13 February

17:15

[VIDEO] REFORM | DATA BECOMES ART IN IMMERSIVE VISUALIZATIONS ULTRA KULTURE

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Their works are designed to explore and better understand the nuances of our everyday lives: How we use search engines, find partners to date, and upload images according to seasons… 

Big data and art are converging in electrifying ways:

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