Since 1997, the Knoxville, Tennessee–based View Productions has created a series of reels highlighting 20th-century design and architecture, particularly forms that are difficult to capture in two dimensions.
As ISIS continues to destroy the world’s cultural heritage, archaeologists and other onlookers continue to scramble to find ways to counter the destruction.
What child doesn’t dread the unseen monsters potentially lurking under the bed, or stalking around the shadows outside the window? These photographs from the 1920s realize this terror in a series of comical and upsetting staged horror.
One type of artwork Bushwick probably does not need more of these days is abstract painting. Another type it may or may not need more of is work in 3-D imaging and modeling (discuss). But two artists who use this medium in very different ways are being presented at gallery spaces near each other in Bushwick this weekend. The contrast is so good, it comes to seem like a purposeful pairing.
LOS ANGELES — 3D is experiencing a bit of a renaissance, what with 3D films and 3D GIFs becoming all the rage. Heck, you might count 3D printing into the mix, with printed cookies now possible. But I still long for a 3D practice that takes 3D past the simple fact of its three dimensions and gives us a little more.