In recent years, my interest has grown in how art can help tackle the environmental devastation of our planet. During that time, I’ve begun following the artist and educator Ellie Irons, both for her work and her thinking.
What started as a series of unexpected visits from Vietnam’s Cultural Police has left one of Southeast Asia’s most respected artist residency programs temporarily stalled.
The Center for PostNatural History’s mission is to collect, document, and study living organisms that have been intentionally altered by people.
Eva and Franco Mattes’s latest work, Dark Content (2015–ongoing), is a series of videos only viewable through the Tor Browser and hosted on the darknet.
Located in what was a massive floating hotel in the Kingdom of Wonder, The Boat could become a thriving center for arts and culture in Cambodia.
The new stone is a fusion, through fire, of molten plastic and natural materials.
LONDON — Artist Dayanny So left Cambodia when he was 24 years old.
Quarantined into rectangles, tiny dots litter the landscape.
Intended or not, the words used around collections set agendas, and what is collected and what remains absent is always political.
Last year artists Scott Kildall and Bryan Cera collaborated on a project called “Readymake: Duchamp Chess Pieces,” which reconstructed a chess set designed by Marcel Duchamp with a 3D printer.
Confronting and unraveling the intimate relationship that contemporary society has with plastic is at the heart of artist Pam Longobardi’s mission for the Drifters Project.
BERLIN — Walking into the Hamburger Bahnhof brings back a very formative moment in my art education.