March 04, 2016

Transylvania by Mathieu Le Lay

Mathieu’s passion for cinema & nature guided him to perform a year of study at IFFCAM, the French wildlife film school, after he graduated in wildlife conservation at Salford university (UK).

Since 2008, he is directing films to tell stories about his fascination for strong interactions between man and the wild environment.

The documentary film genre allows him to stage his characters playing at their own role, adopting a more intimate approach when filming on the field. He also looks for personal aesthetics & evocative atmosphere in his visual style & cinematography.

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July 15, 2015

Golden Sea of Canola Flowers in Luoping, China

In early spring t you can witness an amazing “Golden Sea” of canola flowers. The canola flower fields in China are one of the world’s beautiful sight’s in small Luoping (Yunnan, China). Vast farmlands get covered in golden, yellow rapeseed flowers stretching as far as the eyes can see, all the way to the horizon. The best time to visit Luoping for this visual fiesta is February through March, by June the show is over.

July 14, 2015

Chain Link Fencing as Art by Soo Sunny Park

Soo Sunny Park’'s installation Unwoven Light animates Rice Gallery’'s expansive space, transforming it into a shimmering world of light, shadow, and brilliant color. Suspended from the walls and ceiling, thirty-seven individually sculpted units are arranged as a graceful, twisting flow of abstract form. Entering the gallery there is no set path to follow. Instead, we are invited to meander slowly as one might stroll along a river’s edge, stopping to admire the glints of light that dance on the water’s surface.

Unwoven Light continues Park’'s ongoing experimentation with the ephemeral qualities of light and how light affects our perceptions of architectural space. She began thinking about her installation by making a site visit to the gallery in July 2012, to experience the built and the natural elements of the space: its proportions and surfaces, and in particular its lighting conditions. Though immaterial, light is a critical structural element in each of Park'’s works. Here she has utilized both the gallery’s lighting and the natural light that enters through the front glass wall. Park notes, “We don’t notice light when looking so much as we notice the things light allows us to see. Unwoven Light captures light and causes it to reveal itself, through colorful reflections and refractions on the installation’s surfaces and on the gallery floor and walls.”

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