What does it mean for a masterpiece to be perennially unfinished? A look at Gaudí's Sagrada Familia.
When New York City went bankrupt in the 1970s, many buildings in the Lower East Side were abandon. They were repossessed by the city, and reclaimed in the 80s by squatters. These individuals made these spaces homes, and with ingenuity and creativity, created a movement.
Dive into the woods with this interactive hypertext, which narrates three folk tales concerning the theme of the Old Crone. Will you escape, or become prey to the mysterious old witches who live in the woods?
'City Blocks' is a series of translations that transpose image into text. Each poem is an evocation of an image, reimagining the city from visual data, rather than a poem about the experience of that place.
Childish Gambino has yet to release a video for his song "Redbone." What would it look like if he did? This piece imagines the song in color.
What happens when we reduce experiential art to a photograph? How can we transform the way we study and preserve ephemeral forms of contemporary art?
Seventy-five elements—two thirds of the periodic table—go into the making of your smartphone. But where do they come from?
In 1965, the Immigration and Nationality act was passed, subsequently changing the United State’s immigration policy in a major way. Since then, almost 59 million immigrants have been allowed to enter the nation.
While the fact that there has been an increase in immigration from Latin American countries is widely talked about, the forces that drive them to leave their native countries is not talked about nearly as often.
The political is inherently personal. Politics do not only affect how our country is run, it also affects each and every one of our lives in different ways....By choosing to focus on specific people’s experiences, it is much easier to humanize the people that are directly affected by the issue of immigration.