Exploring lives and culture through the landscape has long been a subject for Jacob Koestler, particularly through the evidence of human impact and passing time. That manner of storytelling is at the heart of his and collaborator Michael McDermit’s new book Strange Devotion, which debuted in an exhibit at William Busta Projects on Waterloo in September. Its stories unfold in […]
Item: Water-logged pages, from the personal journals of Lapine resident Ida Song 14 July 1929 The walls of this room are aglow with all the colors of the rainbow. These colors are, to me, the most nourishing morsels within the content of consciousness. This morning, a hare stopped in the swaying clover and said a prayer to the rainbow: […]
Lori Kella is so much more than a photographer. There is a bit of magic in the images currently on view at the Cleveland Print Room. “Seven Summits” is her visual interpretation of the highest mountain peaks on each of the seven continents. If you’re not familiar with Kella’s work, she’s known for creating elaborate dioramas, including tiny trees, fake […]
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