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A curated collection of photographs that explore the interaction of art and life. Highlighting the examination of plant exploration, historical tales, scientific inquires through artistic endeavors.


A gathering of inspiration, thought experiments, and injections of where life is art.

Filtering by Tag: conservation


Anna Taugher

Scientific conservationists from the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust discovered a frozen box containing 22 nitrate negatives documenting the life of explorers on the South Pole in 1915. These negatives were carefully thawed to reveal images never seen before from this expedition.

via Bored Panda

As the winter solstice passes and the Earth rotates in to its seasonal thawing, what other artifacts are out there to discover?

Seeing the Forest Through the Trees

Anna Taugher

"Painters throughout art history from the Northern Song, Baroque, Rococo and Hudson River School tailored their depictions of nature to serve an artistic narrative. Today, photoshopped images of verdant forests and unspoiled beaches invite us to vacation and sightsee, providing a false sense of assurance that the wilderness will always exist. By exploring idealized views of nature, my work acknowledges our more complex and precarious relationship with the environment."   Alison Moritsugu

In Moritsugu's exhibition Inconsequence / In Consequence she paints idealic images of wild forests on log stumps that one could imagine were freshly cut out of the forest depicted within the painting. This use of skill and material exemplifies the old human notion of Manifest Destiny and how the west was won. Though these ideals are not on the forefront of our modern mind our consumption of natural resources says otherwise. Moritsugu captures this doomsday beautifully.