Posts Tagged water

Documenting the Clash

February 5, 2009
Documenting the Clash

Between Nature and Culture Whether documenting suburban sprawl from above, traces of mining pasts, or human ashes that have grown fluorescent, David Maisel’s photography is as eerie as it is beautiful. It forces us to ask questions about our behaviors: societal and individual, while at the same time calming us with its whimsical beauty. Somehow, […]

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Tap Water is Still the Way to Go

January 17, 2008
Tap Water is Still the Way to Go

But Maybe Not in Your Nalgene One of my students recently asked me if I was drinking from a steel lined coffee mug because I was worried about the toxins in plastic mugs or my nalgene.  I didn’t think I was.  It was actually just the token coffee mug that my mom bought on a visit […]

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Recommended Reading from the Institute

December 12, 2006
Recommended Reading from the Institute

City at the Water’s Edge Betsy McCully Concrete floors and concrete walls, buildings that pierce the sky, taxicabs and subway corridors, a steady din of noise. These things, along with a virtually unrivaled collection of museums, galleries, performance venues, media outlets, international corporations, and stock exchanges make New York City not only the cultural and […]

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