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See human influences on the sky and their accumulated traces.
An impossibly beautiful bowl of fruit decays at an accelerated pace via time-lapse editing.
Hand-rendered “portraits” capture the process and practices of staff biologists.
Leo Villareal's Buckyball shines in both daylight and moonlight.
Aerial views reveal otherwise hidden colors and textures.
Movement is reduced to stillness, given an astronomical gear ratio.
Everyday objects are placed on a table and interpreted as sound-producing marks in an "active score."
There’s more to seeing than meets the eye.
These rings on a string pass through each other—don’t they?
Combine beats and melodies in a musical conversation.
Bubbling sand evokes a geothermal landscape.
Air—not water—erupts through fine powder to sculpt these roiling streams.
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