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Animation

A Heartwarming Animation Set to Poetry Reminds Us ‘How to Be at Home’

April 27, 2021

Grace Ebert

 As we collectively count down the days until we can safely enjoy post-vaccination visits with friends and family, a delightful animation has a comforting message for those of us struggling to reign in our anxiety: "If this disruption undoes you, if the absence of people unravels you...lean into loneliness and know you're not alone in it." A collaboration between poet Tanya Davis and filmmaker Andrea Dorfman, "How to Be at Home" plucks some of the same scenarios from the duo's wildly popular "How to Be Alone"—watch the 2010 film on YouTube and pick up the illustrated book from Bookshop—and…

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Photography Science

An Astronaut and Photographer Collaboratively Document the Vast International Space Station in a New Book

August 13, 2020

Grace Ebert

In what is believed to be the first collaboration between an Earth-bound artist and an astronaut in space, photographer Roland Miller and engineer Paolo Nespoli have recorded the momentous journey of NASA's International Space Station (ISS). The two have been working together during the last few years to document the current technologies and sights of modern space…

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Photography

Ethereal Underwater Photographs by Elinleticia Högabo Glimpse the Subjects Below the Surface

July 31, 2020

Grace Ebert

As a child, Elinleticia Högabo had a troubled relationship with water. Despite a deep fascination with its dreamy qualities, she avoided swimming below the surface or in any areas of considerable depth after two traumatic experiences in which she almost drowned. When she was chosen for an exhibition that centered on rusalka—a female creature similar to a mermaid that's found in Slavic folklore—Högabo tried to capture shots of her submerged subjects from above before realizing she had to plunge in. "But in search (of) better and better pictures, I…

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Amazing Art

Project Reset Diverts Low-Level Offenders from Court with Art Workshops in New York City

November 7, 2019

Laura Staugaitis

A unique program in New York City created by the Center for Court Innovation offers people who have committed a low-level crime like trespassing or criminal mischief the opportunity to completely divert their case out of the traditional court system. Instead, participants in the Project Reset initiative meet in group settings with teaching artists to share a dialogue about works of art over a three-hour course. Upon successful completion of the program, the case is declined by the local district attorney's office, the arrest record is sealed, and the individual never…

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Photography Science

Unusual Composite Images of Birds in Flight Inspired by an 150-Year-Old Technique

August 2, 2016

Kate Sierzputowski

Interested in how the human eye perceives birds in flight, Spanish photographer Xavi Bou sought to examine this motion in a way that avoided the blur that comes with creating an image with a long exposure. To do this, he turned to chronophotography, an 150-year-old technique that combines many photographs taken in succession to imitate movement. Unlike this pre-cinema strategy however, Bou uses the power of Photoshop to bring all of his images together into one, making each bird appear like an elongated corkscrew softly floating through the sky. When shooting more than one…

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Design

Florian Pucher Turns Aerial Photos into Plush Carpeting

October 2, 2014

Johnny Waldman

From a young age Florian Pucher was always fascinated by landscapes underneath and how blissful and beautiful our world looks from above. “I have always loved to travel and tried…

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