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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.

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Whirlpool

Anna Taugher

“If one is talking about sculpture then scale and skin is everything,” declared Anish Kapoor. He was speaking from India, the birthplace of the acclaimed sculptor, where his latest installation was part of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale. The skin of the object is what defines it, he goes on to explain, while scale creates a certain mystery around the object. Kapoor’s latest work, Descension, has both of these elements.

Unexpectedly set into the gallery floor is a large, seemingly endless hole. In it, a vortex of black water perpetually froths and churns. The whirlpool alters the form, or skin, of the water creating a fury of liquid that invades the walls of the gallery. Descension was on view in a corner room at the Aspinwall House in Fort Kochi, a meaningful location because the room opens to views of a peaceful sea that creates a striking contrast to the powerful whirling vortex. (via Designboom)

The Museum of Water

Anna Taugher

Water is life, and in Amy Sharrocks latest installation she created a pop up museum dedicated to water. Sharrocks has collected donations over the last two years from different water sources, everything from melted snow and hail to left over water from watercolor paints, and put the vessels that hold this sacred liquid on display. This installation is set to comment on the effects of climate change on water. How are our actions effecting water sources around the world?  Where is water hiding within your daily life?