NY-born artist Liza Lou's Color Field is currently on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego — part of her long lineage of labors of love and collaboration made with her present-day communities in Los Angeles and KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Through a marriage of patience, OCD, undivided focus, piss and vinegar, Lou brings pause, awe and heft to our fleeting human attention. Highly recommended scuba diving for today: an inventory of her works past and present.

Liza Lou

Liza Lou

Liza Lou


Our friend Travis Blue has some photo and video work on display at the U.N. in New York as part of Design with the Other 90%: Cities. The show is curated The Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum and it celebrates innovation in urban design in the developing world.
Travis volunteers for a micro-farming organization called Abalimi Bezekhaya in South Africa, and represents them at the United Nations. These photos are from his time spent there — see more in person through January at the show.






Photos by Travis Blue

Our friend Travis Blue has some photo and video work on display at the U.N. in New York as part of Design with the Other 90%: Cities. The show is curated The Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum and it celebrates innovation in urban design in the developing world.

Travis volunteers for a micro-farming organization called Abalimi Bezekhaya in South Africa, and represents them at the United Nations. These photos are from his time spent there — see more in person through January at the show.



Photos by Travis Blue


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