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The #slyPhone reverses our culture of surveillance. A subversive device created by James George and Alexander Porter, slyPhone turns your ordinary iPhone camera into a sneaky periscope.
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Suzanna Zak
Suzanna Zak

Our globalized world has precious few frontiers left. Yet Los Angeles-based photographer Suzanna Zak found one: the Yukon, Canada’s smallest and westernmost province. With the help of a photography fellowship, Zak traveled there with her camera to document the landscape under the influence of Jack London’s classic novel Call of the Wild, which also takes place in the province.

Peter Shear
Peter Shear

Peter Shear’s cycle of small paintings are at once both intricate and simple, consisting of a few gestures and dashes of paint.

They display an abstraction that is always on the verge of coalescing into an object or recognizable form, but never quite get there — they partake of the qualities of a specific thing without limiting themselves to a single interpretation.

Kristina Lee
Kristina Lee

Kristina Lee’s paintings exist within a jungle of their own repeated imagery. Her figures, formed from loose, flowing brushstrokes, emerge out of that jungle, appearing in glimpses between branches and leaves.

She recreates the surreal, dense forest of the Latin American painter Wilfredo Lam, inviting viewers to look closer but also repelling their gaze. Click the image to see more.

Allie Pisarro-Grant
Allie Pisarro-Grant

Allie Pisarro-Grant’s paintings are like archaeological digs. Within their shallow, brushed surfaces are troves of information, symbolism, and historical references that form dense maps encoded in the visual structure.

Laura Judkis
Laura Judkis

Laura Judkis comes at sculpture from a painting background, and it shows in the way her structures knit together in improvisational forms that appeal as much to the eye as to the body. Though her pieces are often monochrome, she has none of the pretensions of the high minimalists — these works don’t make claims to monumentality. Rather, they revel in their own dynamism.