I Am A Man by Derek Ham is a VR interactive story set in 1968 Memphis that puts you in the shoes of a striking sanitation worker.
In the 1980s, photographer David T. Hanson captured aerial views of Superfund sites, revealing the environmental toll of American industry.
Henri Farré left behind his comfortable life as a portraitist to join the French military, and depict firsthand the birth of combat aviation in WWI.
Hot Spots: Radioactivity and the Landscape at UB Art Galleries in Buffalo examines the nuclear past and future of the United States.
In Landing Lights Park, photographer David Rothenberg captures a quiet Queens neighborhood disrupted by descending airplanes.
Flarmingos is an ongoing augmented reality project, on Governors Island in New York, in which artist Kristin Lucas asks people to join digital flamingos in a dance of ecological awareness.
Photographer Pamela Littky spent the summer of 2015 driving thousands of miles through 15 states to capture the American fair.
The Delaware Art Museum is exhibiting a series of drawings by Harvey Dinnerstein and Burton Silverman of the 1956 Montgomery Bus Boycott.
The video game Semblance by the South Africa-based Nyamakop studio has players reshaping a malleable digital world before it petrifies.
The Pencil Museum is an art installation by Jackie Mock that celebrates New York City’s pencil history and its connection to Staten Island.
In Forest, photographer Yan Wang Preston documents the big business of relocating mature rural trees to the new urban centers of China.
To mark the centenary of World War I’s end, a New York fireboat is repainted by artist Tauba Auerbach in a dazzling tribute to the era’s most colorful camouflage.