Found in Nature
An Interview with Barry Rosenthal What was the genesis of this project? Was it a reaction to the amount...0
of time, lost
of time, lost let me tell you something about desire… I long for dark rooms. Crumbling architecture, peeling wallpaper, floors...
The age of information in physical form is waning. As intangible routes thrive with quicker fluidity, material and history...
Russian photographer Andrew Osokin captures the fragile beauty of snowflakes and ice crystals in the brief moments before they...
During the summer of my ninth and tenth years, my mother, in lieu of hiring a babysitter, kept me...
Summer is the time of mounting cumulus clouds, the sharp claps and growling rumble of thunder, and the shock...
Artist’s Statement I am interested in how systems can be applied in the process of making art, how something...
Guggenheim Fellow Erika Blumenfeld was artist-in-residence on a six-week expedition to Antarctica. This month's Visual Explorations seeks to awaken...
The Last Pictures
Humanity’s longest lasting remnants are found among the stars. Over the last fifty years, hundreds of satellites have been...
Photographs of Jerram’s glass artworks are used widely in medical journals, text books and media stories and are seen...