Artist Hong Hong combines two traditional forms of papermaking—Tibetan and Japanese—to create large-scale abstract paper sculptures.
LA-based writer Carol Cheh examines “Exquisite Corpse,” a 51-minute film by artist Kerry Tribe that explores the 51 miles of the Los Angeles River.
An artist collective is turning a derelict gas station in Seattle, WA into a living work of art.
Alicia Eler speaks with artists Phong Bui and Pinar Yoldas about their individual responses to environmental disasters.
In today’s “Exclusive,” filmed in late 2012, Maya Lin discusses her marble sculpture series, “Disappearing Bodies of Water.”
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