Ricardo and I have been awarded a commission and residency from El Ranchito (a project of Matadero in Madrid) along with artist José Luis Aguilera and Beatriz Marcos. The artist-in-residence at El Ranchito is unique in that it is available for artists who do not reside in Madrid (whether Spanish or international) and come recommended […]
I was a guest on Santa Fe NPR this morning with Mary-Charlotte, discussing my Superfund photographs, Santa Fe Art Institute residency and more. Here is the link. Take a listen: http://www.santaferadiocafe.org/podcasts/?p=1184
This summer I am visiting several sites in western states (NM, CO, MT) with my large format camera as I continue production on my Superfund photo series. This past weekend I was in western NM — uranium country — and drove back through the most magnificent thunderstorm. How I love the sky and openness out […]
This book comes out tomorrow: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415882224/ I have a chapter in the Data Visualization section in which I go into great depth describing the building of my web app Superfund365. The contributor list is great. I have not reviewed the full text yet but eager to see it and use in the classroom! More info: […]
This exhibition opened on June 10th — so I am a bit late to post. But it remains up for another couple weeks for those in Santa Fe area. I have work from The Counter Kitchen (collaboration with Stefani Bardin) installed along with images from my Superfund photo series. Here is a link to SFAI.
Today I presented my Superfund365 viz and photographs at the Earth Science Info Partners (ESIP) gathering in Santa Fe at the beautiful La Fonda Hotel. Met some interesting people from EPA, NASA, NOAA and more. Learned about semantic visualization and got some inside scoop about possible future EPA data sharing plans… I chalk that up […]
The Counter Kitchen ran two fun + delicious + informative workshops in June at Eyebeam. See the website (www.thecounerkitchen.org/main) for more details and, of course, RECIPES! The Counter Kitchen is shuttered for the summer. Stay tuned for more events Fall 2011 in NYC.