ph. oskar cecere

Seen on display at the Leeum in Seoul, these beautiful sculptures held me transfixed:
Ten Liquid Incidents reflects Roni Horn’s core exploration of specific material and questions of sameness and difference. The blue cylindrically shaped glass sculptures installed on the floor are reminiscent of ice blocks in Iceland. This sculpture exists in limbo between solidity and liquid and also changes its color in accordance with its surroundings and fluctuations in light. It makes the viewer realize that human experience and perception is susceptible to space and time, and therefore imperfect.

Julianna Swaney

Land so often troubled by long white words of the One who waits for a tomorrow

Winged Victory of Samothrace


Honey is a food oddity in that it doesn’t spoil. Here’s the chemistry behind why, as well as an explanation of how bees make honey:

Good stuff!
Architects: TDC
Location: Lima, Perú
Architect In Charge: Rodrigo Villanueva
Design Team: Mauricio Sialer
Area: 41565.0 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Sergio Fernández Majluf