Exploring the lost connection between aesthetics and science.
A musical that argues against itself, posing more questions than it could ever attempt to answer.
“A precisely aimed reach into the immeasurable flow of things.”
Leonard changed lanes without using his blinker, as was his habit.
Choreographer Jen Rosenblit interrogates the curiosity for difference inside a regime of the “natural.”
Artist Heidi Norton and philosopher Michael Marder discuss the ethics of plants and differentiate between “nature” and “ecology.”
Photographer Björn Larsson discusses the perception shifts he experienced when documenting the miraculously slow and unrelenting growth of nature.
Beyond the pastoral, James Sherry engages our biosphere with the syncretic Oops! Environmental Poetics.
A swarm of biotechnological robot drones defends a fragile Eden from invasive species. The Earth’s hydrology cycles through a vast suspended infrastructure; 2,000 synchronized parts dance for droughts, rains, and floods.
I am a child
The Death of Narcissus
Narcissus did not drown.
“Breaking up perspective has long been one of the central themes in my works.”
Artist Marie Lorenz goes against the current with her recent body of work.
Write this. We have burned all their
This First Proof contains the poem “Hello, The Roses,” by Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge.
Long exposures in harsh climates, sunbursts, even skydiving—Sharon Harper’s dogged and sometimes daring working method lies somewhere in the midst of art, astronomy, and Outward Bound