A slow and grinding glacial push can be heard from the edges of the city-state. People are absent and the white noise of the flash pushes everything into ominous piles of uncanny forms reminiscent of the massive abyss read about in romantic books about heaven and hell.
In Stefano Cerio's series “Chinese Fun,” he explores the facades of amusement without an audience’s reaction.
August 24, 2015 in Activist Art, Documentary, , Portraiture | Tags: American Exile, deportation, Graham MacIndoe, ICE, Immigration, Photoville, Susan Stellin Susan Stellin and Graham MacIndoe are raising money to fund the exhibition of their project American Exile at Photoville this autumn.
Bellerby & Co. Globemakers is a London-based studio that specializes in handmade globes. Founded in 2008 by Peter Bellerby after struggling to find a quality globe, Bellerby’s is now one of only two workshops in the world making handcrafted, artisan globes.
Scientists at MIT have pulled up a very tiny curtain on their newest invention: a 1.7cm square robot capable of assembling itself like a piece of origami. The Untethered Miniature Origami Robot is powered by a small neodymium magnet and four electromagnetic coils underneath the robot’s surface that...
A photographer intends to show the lives of little people whose dreams and accomplishments exceed their stature.
Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse, from South Africa and the UK respectively, were last night awarded the 2015 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize for their publication Ponte City.
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