By Aaron Glass (Bard Graduate Center) Armed with his camera, Randy Hage explores urban landscapes threatened with eradication through development, gentrification, or other civic improvement schemes. Yet unlike the many other salvage-oriented artists who photographically document such streetscapes lest they vanish, Hage translates his photos into meticulously crafted scale models. Rather thanContinue Reading

American Anthropological Association Meetings 2013 Chicago, Illinois USA Sunday, November 24th, 10 am – 1 pm Crucial infrastructures in North America have begun to reach the ends of their lifespan, with malfunctions and their effects increasingly commanding public and political attention. Our installation draws on a burgeoning conversation in anthropologyContinue Reading

25th August – 3rd September 2013, Antwerp, Belgium Applications can be submitted by completing the online registration form at from January 1st 2013 until April 15th 2013. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION The University of Antwerp announces a 10 day program of study and practice in visual methods research and teachingContinue Reading

Special Issue of Wildproject: Journal of Environmental Studies From Sleepy Hollow to Battery Park, Broadway follows the lower Hudson valley down to the New York harbor. Broadway is more than an avenue or a road: it is a fragment of American ground and mythology, and a transect through one of theContinue Reading