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Issue 16

Visual Slang

By coopting images and icons from advertising, photographer Hank Willis Thomas is raising awareness about the ongoing struggle of blacks in America.

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Issue 15

Tears of a Clown

By finding humor in a life full of tragedy, John Leo discovered laughter really is the best medicine.

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Issue 15

Rooftop Rapture

Choreographer Noemie Lafrance is celebrating the architecture of Frank Gehry with dance performances on the tops of his buildings around the world.

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Issue 14

A Life in Focus

Michel Auder, a video artist before the term existed, exposes himself.

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Issue 13

The End: Abstract Earth

Mother Nature is a true artist. These images, taken by NASA with the Landsat 7 satellite, are some of the most breathtaking and impressionistic ever taken of our home.

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Issue 12

The End: Ferrofluid Sculptures

Japanese artist Sachiko Kodama builds kinetic sculptures out of ferrofluid, a liquid material originally developed by NASA in the 1960s.

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Issue 12

Populous Planet

Photographer Jonas Bendiksen gives us a glimpse into life as it is really lived by a billion people around the world.

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Issue 10

Machine Dreams: Robotic Art

Call it kinetic sculpture or robotic art: Fernando Orellana’s work is truly moving.

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Issue 10

Shanghai Reels: Video Art

A new generation of video artists are redefining Shanghai’s contemporary art scene.

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Issue 08

The End: Canstruction

Sculptures made of canned goods offer more than just aesthetic enjoyment—they are small steps in the effort to eradicate hunger.

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