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Review | An important project somewhat marred by its execution: the Corning Museum’s VR recreation of a lost glass drawing room in a London palace | In Sparkling Company: Glass and the Costs of Social Life in Britain During the 1700s

The Art Newspaper’s XR Panel

What exactly is extended reality (XR) and how is it being used in art? We bring together an international group of experts in the field to review and make sense of the cutting-edge, digital work that artists, museums, galleries and app-makers are creating across the spectrum of XR—from augmented to virtual reality.

Each XR review gives an overview of a project and a statement from the creators before our expert panel rate it based on ease of use, how good the art is, the medium-specific qualities it employs and whether it breaks new ground. Read

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How To Find Art For Your Space : Life Kit : NPR

An illustration of a gallery wall full of art and a woman flying through the frames, intersecting with the art and placing the last piece of art on the wall.

Simone Martin-Newberry for NPR

An illustration of a gallery wall full of art and a woman flying through the frames, intersecting with the art and placing the last piece of art on the wall.

Simone Martin-Newberry for NPR

The art you choose to display in your home tells a story. For me (TK), it represents who I am and what I care about most. After all, “If there’s any place in this world, if you are so fortunate to have a roof over your head, that you can be the main character of your story, it is at home,” says independent curator and author Kimberly Drew.

Kimberly Drew is an independent curator, author of This Is What I Know About Art and co-editor of Black Futures.

Photograph by Travis

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TV tonight: how can repeat offenders adjust to life outside prison? | Television & radio

Back to Jail: Crime and Punishment

10pm, Channel 4

If watching Jimmy McGovern’s outstanding drama Time has left you feeling frustrated about the state of the British justice system, this instalment of the always fascinating Crime and Punishment docuseries will only compound the exasperation. About 60% of those who leave British prisons after serving short sentences reoffend within a year. We follow three repeat offenders in Hampshire who are trying to adjust to life outside. Ammar Kalia

Location, Location, Location: 20 Years and Counting

8pm, Channel 4

Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsopp continue to look back on two decades of

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