Site-Specific Pinhole Cameras Constructed From Nature Capture the Pacific Northwest

Site-specific pinhole image of Pescadero Creek, image via David Janesko In a meta, Mother Nature-inspired project, artists David Janesko and Adam Donnelly use objects from the earth to photograph the environment from which they are found, often utilizing leaves, logs, dirt, and scattered wood to produce hazy images of the…

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A Sculptural Geometric Pop-Up Book By Tauba Auerbach

Tauba Auerbach (previously) partnered with Printed Matter to publish the project [2,3], a large-scale book that exists between a children’s pop-up and sculptural object. The project folds neatly into its own custom sleeve, and contains six separate paper sculptures that spring to life when opened. Director Sam Fleischner filmed the…

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