The Museum of Nonhumanity, on view at the Nordic Biennial, looks at the ways language shapes “othering.”
Source: An Itinerant Museum Picks Apart the Language of Dehumanization
A classic visual artifact!
When reviewing the security footage from outside his house in Austin, Texas, Al Brooks spotted an unusual sight: a bird seems to hover past the camera with its wings completely stationary. Of course it wasn’t really hovering (and no, it’s not suspended by strings) but rather the frame rate of the ca
Source: Floaty Bird: When a Camera’s Frame Rate Matches a Bird’s Flapping Wings | Colossal
Moving beyond documentary realism and abstract surrealism, Ralph Gibson creates timeless images that affirm the primacy of the subject.
Source: Meet A Pro: Ralph Gibson – ALC
A great little article, and if you’re in NYC or San Francisco, info on book making workshops. .
In 1911, photographer Burton Welles published Fifth Avenue, New York, from Start to Finish.
Source: Time Travel Along Fifth Avenue, with Photos from the Early 1900s and Today
I am a total sucker for this kind of project. . it is time travel!