Mar. 7, 2014 @ 8:58 AM _
LUX LIT FEATURED FILM INTRODUCTION
Film photography has a unique and important role in the art of photography and for this reason Lux Lit wants to feature it. For some types of photography, film is the perfect choice and skillful execution is needed to carry this out. Film photography allows for a certain beauty, sensitivity and craftsmanship complimenting the genre and we hope to highlight artists who use it to showcase their many different concepts and approaches.
With this in mind, Lux Lit, along with you, wants to show its support for film photographers and their work by featuring an artist monthly. This month’s featured artist is Mike Stacey and Lux Lit would like to thank Mike for his collaboration and wonderful work!
LUXLIT FEATURED FILM ARTIST PHOTO SELECTION
Supplemental post found here…http://www.luxlit.net/post/78764772369/luxlit-featured-film
Lux Lit Featured Artists Team.
Lux Lit, bringing art to light.
Mar. 6, 2014 @ 8:48 AM _
Jonathan Latiano’s Site-Specific Installations
by Nastia Voynovskaya
Using wood, paint, mirrors and found materials, Jonathan Latiano builds crystalline structures for his site-specific installations. Breaking through walls or rising up and bursting from the floor, the geode-like shapes Latiano builds invite spontaneity, disrupting the ways we expect space to be organized in our mundane environments. Interested in biology, geology and physics, Latiano uses his work as a means to explore the physical world. The artist is based in Baltimore, MD and currently teaches at The Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington DC. Take a look at some of his recent works below.
Much more at http://hifructose.com/
Mar. 5, 2014 @ 9:45 PM _
All terrain robots
Pictured above is the RHEX (Robot Hexapod) from the University of Pennsylvania and the imaginatively named ‘Leg Wheel Transformer Robot’ from the National Taiwan University. Both are designed with the potential to enter unsafe and rugged terrain - for instance a collapsed building.