Logic / Dimitris Papaioannou

Allegory segment / Logic extract from the Opening Ceremony of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games conceived, visualised and directed by Greek artist Dimitris Papaioannou. Performed by Hermes Malkotsis, filmed by Athina Rachel Tsangari. Found at birthplace2004

O.T. / Ulrich Vogl


O.T. slide projectors and tinfoil installation, by Berlin-based artist Ulrich Vogl

Taxonomy of a Landscape / Victoria Sambunaris

Victoria Sambunaris. 1Untitled (Dunes); Near El Centro, CA, 2010

Victoria Sambunaris. 2Untitled (Red containers, wet ground); Fort Worth, TX, 2000

Victoria Sambunaris. 4Untitled (talc mine benches); Cameron, MT, 2009

Victoria Sambunaris. 8Untitled (Distant orange trucks docked with cornfield); Janesville, WI, 2001

Victoria Sambunaris. 3Untitled (Uranium tailings); Mexican Hat, UT, 2005

Victoria Sambunaris. 5Untitled (Copper mine); Bingham Canyon, UT, 2002

Victoria Sambunaris. 6Untitled (White trains on salt flats, I-80); Great Salt Lake Desert, UT, 2002

Altered landscapes from human activities and industry, from the series Taxonomy of a Landscape by American photographer Victoria Sambunaris.

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All Day Every Day / David Armstrong

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From the series All Day Every Day by American photographer David Armstrong 

New Bees

New Bees, short film directed and produced by Polynoid collective of Berlin based studio & production company Woodblock. Commissioned by Greenpeace.


Time / Rafaël Rozendaal

Rafaël Rozendaal torn composition

Time is absolute, the experience of time varies.

Some days fly by and some days drag on forever.

It’s our personal perception of time that we have to live with

Austin Lee interviews Rafaël New York based artist Rafaël Rozendaal for SFAQ magazine, read here. Image Torn Composition, courtesy of the artist.

Moonassi II

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moonassi btwn lines

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Marker and ink drawings on paper from the new series of Moonassi aka Korea-based graphic artist Kim Daehyun.

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Hypnopompic / Kustaa Saksi




Silk screen prints from the series Hypnopompic (aka the state of consciousness leading out of sleep) by Finnish illustrator Kustaa Saksi, found at creative agency Hugo & Mari.

Villes Enteintes / Thierry Cohen

Thierry Cohen Rio_4_20Rio de Janeiro 22° 56’ 42’’ S 2011-06-04 lst 12:34

World’s major cities as they would appear at night without light pollution from the series Villes Enteintes aka Darkened Cities by French photographer Thierry Cohen

Cohen’s method is original and precise and harkens back to the methodologies employed by early 19th century photographers like Gustave Le Grey.  He photographs the world’s major cities, seeking out views that resonate for him and noting the precise time, angle, and latitude and longitude of his exposure.  As the world rotates around its axis the stars that would have been visible above a particular city move to deserts, plains, and other places free of light pollution.  By noting the precise latitude and angle of his cityscape, Cohen is able to track the earth’s rotation to places of atmospheric clarity like the Mojave, the Sahara, and the Atacama desert.  There he sets up his camera to record what is lost to modern urban dwellers. (source)

Thierry Cohen Shanghai_20Shanghai 31° 14’ 39’’ N 2012-03-19 lst 14:42

Thierry Cohen Los_Angeles_20Los Angeles 34° 03’ 20’’ N 2010-10-09 lst 21:50

Thierry Cohen New_York_20New York 40° 44’ 39’’ N 2010-10-13 lst 0:04

Paris 48° 51’ 03’’ N 2012-07-19 lst 19:46Paris 48° 51’ 03’’ N 2012-07-19 lst 19:46

Thierry Cohen tokyoTokyo 35° 41’ 36’’ N 2011-11-16 lst 23:16

Thierry Cohen Sao_Paulo_2_20São Paulo 23° 33’ 22’ S 2011-06-05 lst 11:44

Thierry Cohen Brooklyn_Bridge_20New York 40° 42’ 16’’ N 2010-10-09 lst 3:40

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