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Staudinger + Franke

Vienna-based photography studio Staudinger + Franke explore portraits of women and men, separated from the viewer by a barrier of water. The models nearly breach the surface of the transparent water sheet, giving these photos a sense of tension.


Urban Landscapes
Nathan Walsh

Nathan Walsh creates incredibly detailed urban landscapes in oil paint. His primary source materials: pencil sketches, drawn on-site. Walsh: “I am fascinated by the city, it’s visual complexity and constant state of flux.”


Matthew Chambers

Matthew Chambers describes his work as a “celebration of making.” His complex, multi-layered ceramic sculptures “entice and express a true and honest beauty and power through depth and complication.”


Kinematics Dress
Nervous System

Nervous System’s 4D-printed Kinematics Dress has been acquired by The Museum of Modern Ar. The dress is an intricately-patterned structure of 2,279 unique triangular panels interconnected by 3,316 hinges, all 3D printed as a single piece.


Cosmos + 20 Hz

Cosmos is a spherical wooden sculpture formed from scientific data. The data is one year’s worth of measurements of carbon dioxide levels, collected from the top of a flux tower located in the Alice Holt Forest (UK).