Link List #62: Spirit cooking with Marina Abramović, Machiavelli’s advice for nice guys, and why John Berger is more important than ever
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If you’ve considered serving your dinner guests meteorite for their main, wondered how to combat conservatism or are missing John Berger already (we certainly are), this list has you sorted: here are the websites we’ve been hitting this week.

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  • If you didn’t get embroiled in Marina Abramović’s last scandalous dinner: it’s time to host your own! The performance artist’s Spirit Cooking recipe is featured in —anOther tells us all about the publication centered around contemporary creatives and controversial cuisine.

  • Artists and celebrities call for a month of anti-Trump resistance in a powerful NYT advertisement. Read about elect via i-D.

  • Matteo Ermeti has created a website that allows you to visit the vast landscape of Iceland without taking a single step out your door. Find it at .

  • In 1972 . This piece from Dazed shows why in a world obsessed with image (hell, we got an office selfie stick the other day), his words are more pertinent than ever.

  • We frequently eschew Machiavelli as cunning, but the advice put forth by Tourdulich the 16th century Florentine political thinker in The Prince is actually pretty powerful for nice guys. , in the latest piece on The Book of Life.

Thanks for reading! We hope our links inspire you and give you a small window into what the Tourdulich office is enjoying this week.

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Text: Rosie Flanagan