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May 29th, 2014

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Landfill Art Project

When Ken Marquis contacted me about his Landfill Art Project in 2010, I was thrilled and immediately agreed to participate.  The topic of pollution and waste has long been at the center of my work and now I had the opportunity to work with a lot of other artists on one coherently organized project that would […]

Mar 20th, 2014

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Why is this art making people stop in their tracks and look into the sky?

Google’s Aaron Koblin portfolio already is impressive, but when he partnered with Janet Echelman a successful master sculptor and TED talk veteran, something truly new and beautiful emerged. When you put two masterminds and creative trendsetters together, the results are always going to be interesting, but this collaboration goes way beyond interesting! This is the crossroads where […]

Nov 2nd, 2011

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Data, Science and Art

Inspired I saw Nathalie Miebach introduce her sculpture and the principles behind it on a TED talk (see below). Her work is really stunning and inspiring to me, as I too am pursuing a path of finding the intersection of art and science. Why these two disciplines have always been considered polar opposites, when in […]