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Revisiting the Scene of the Crime
In the 1940’s and 50’s, criminologist Frances Glessner Lee created hand built miniature models of actual crime scenes which were used to train detectives to assess visual evidence. The depicted crimes ranged from homicides to accidental deaths to suicides and Lee’s attention to detail was phenomenal. Photographer Corinne May Botz was able to locate eighteen of Lee’s models which she photographed for her series “The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death.”August 23, 2016
R. Crumb's Illustration of Philip K. Dick's Spiritual "Exegesis"
Published in 1986 in Weirdo #17, R. Crumb illustrated sci-fi legend Philip K. Dick's now famous religious experience, a hallucinatory spiritual "exegesis" in which he believed he encountered a God-like presence. If you are new to R. Crumb, we suggest you check out one of his fantastic anthologies. If you're new to Philip K. Dick, you're probably not. His books have been adapted into classic films such as Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly, and Minority Report.August 23, 2016
The Crashing of Porcelain by Martin Klimas
"From a height of three meters, porcelain figurines are dropped on the ground, and the sound they make when they hit trips the shutter release. The result: razor-sharp images of disturbing beauty—temporary sculptures made visible to the human eye by high-speed photography technology. The porcelain statuette bursting into pieces isn't what really captures the attention; the fascination lies in the genesis of a dynamic figure that replaces the static pose..."August 19, 2016
Albert Reyes "Made in America"
Albert Reyes's new exhibition at Slow Culture, "Made in America" features an immersive experience of 500+ works and various multimedia installations which includes a custom haunted house. During a time of uncertainty and instability, Albert’s work presents a unique insight into the world’s current state of affairs. With a expansive career having shown in various galleries and museums, this collection of work is a retrospective look into the artists ever evolving career.August 16, 2016