A razor-sharp rebuke of Hollywood’s penchant for stoking white supremacist fantasies, Osmundine (Orchid Slap) shatters any illusion that conforming to the standards of respectability will ever reward you.
An Affordable Microscope that Folds Like Origami
The Foldscope is a $1 microscope made from waterproof paper that’s designed to decrease the barrier of entry to scientific exploration.
The First Photographs of Snowflakes
In 1885, Wilson Bentley, a farmer in Vermont, became the first known person to photograph a snowflake. He would document 5,000 of them in his lifetime.
Glimpsing the Evolution of Glass Lenses in Three Centuries of Microscopes
CORNING, NY — To closely inspect the evolution of the microscope, the Corning Museum of Glass is highlighting the lens-making behind the optical tool.
Code Art at the Intersection of Data, Space, and Time
Lisa Gwillam and Ray Sweeten form the code-art creating duo DataSpaceTime. Engaging in the aesthetics, the politics, and various undersides of contemporary backend technology, their pieces break down digital images, investigate how visual data interacts with other visual data, and look at how new technologies play with old ones.
Bushwick Bar & Art Space Pairings: A Helpful Guide
The big question for the Bushwick art visitor is which bar do we go to after the art venue, and which choice with complement our choice for the night … I think I can help. Thanks to the thorough research I have been deeply engaged in, I have recognized certain patterns of conduct among the members of the Bushwick art scene and the bars they frequent after openings and visits. Here’s a helpful little guide.