Xu Bing, A Book From the Sky, 1987. Installation at Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1991. Moveable-type prints and books.
Xu trained as a printmaker in Beijing. A Book From the Sky, with its invented Chinese woodblock characters, may be a stinging critique of the meaninglessness of contemporary political language.
South Bubble summit at Acadia National Park
Top of Cadillac Mountain at Acadia National Park
Sandy Beach at Acadia National Park
Cadillac mountain at Acadia National Park, looking toward Bar Harbor, ME! #landscape (at Cadillac Mountain Summit)
Round bottom Flask. On exhibit at Hamilton College in the Sadove basement. From the Shedding Light on Science project. #film #hasselblad #science #light (at Taylor Science Center)
Waste Jug. On exhibit in Sadove basement at Hamilton College. From the Shedding Light on Science. #waste #science #film #hasselblad (at Taylor Science Center)
Oven. On exhibit at Hamilton College from the Shedding Light on Science project. #science #oven #latergram (at Taylor Science Center)
Biochemistry Lab computer screens at night. On exhibit at Hamilton College from the Shedding Light on Science. #science #hasselblad #film (at The Science Center)
Bomb calorimeter in lab at night. From the Shedding Light on Science project on exhibit at Hamilton College! #latergram #science (at Taylor Science Center)
Final advanced photo project up!!
I didn’t realize that this one also made it into American Photography 30, in the “chosen” category. This is Aitor in Barcelona, an outtake from the Gatorade Soccer campaign I shot a year ago.
Check out the rest of the “chosen” and “selected” images on their site. Honored to be a part of so much excellent and inspiring photography.