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Blowdown of trees from the May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens, viewed on <span>August 22, 1980</span>.

Blowdown of trees from the May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens, viewed on <span>August 22, 1980</span>.

Fog Waves That Look Like Oceans in the Sky. For the last 8 years, self-professed ‘fogaholic’ Nicholas Steinberg has been photographing fog around the San Francisco Bay area.

Fog Waves That Look Like Oceans in the Sky. For the last 8 years, self-professed ‘fogaholic’ Nicholas Steinberg has been photographing fog around the San Francisco Bay area.

Yes, it seems crazy or totally fictional, the appearance of a cloud in a closed room is possible, thanks to the Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde! What looks like magic, turns out to be a carefully calculated project made possible by a certain level of humidity, temperature and special lighting. This precise mixture (& the use of a smoke machine) allows the formation of a cloud inside an enclosed space ~ a surreal spectacle!

Yes, it seems crazy or totally fictional, the appearance of a cloud in a closed room is possible, thanks to the Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde! What looks like magic, turns out to be a carefully calculated project made possible by a certain level of humidity, temperature and special lighting. This precise mixture (& the use of a smoke machine) allows the formation of a cloud inside an enclosed space ~ a surreal spectacle!

OTHERNIGHTSKY KEYHOLE 12-3/IMPROVED CRYSTAL Optical Reconnaissance Satellite Near Scorpio (USA 129) C-Print 48 x 60 inches 2007 © Trevor Paglen

OTHERNIGHTSKY KEYHOLE 12-3/IMPROVED CRYSTAL Optical Reconnaissance Satellite Near Scorpio (USA 129) C-Print 48 x 60 inches 2007 © Trevor Paglen

Melinda Gibson's series 'The Photograph as Contemporary Art' adheres to this theory, quite literally. She 'sticks things together' – in this case, sliced-up images culled directly from the pages of Charlotte Cotton's seminal book, The Photograph as Contemporary Art, which has graced the reading lists of nearly every academic institution offering a degree in photography since its publication in 2004.

Melinda Gibson's series 'The Photograph as Contemporary Art' adheres to this theory, quite literally. She 'sticks things together' – in this case, sliced-up images culled directly from the pages of Charlotte Cotton's seminal book, The Photograph as Contemporary Art, which has graced the reading lists of nearly every academic institution offering a degree in photography since its publication in 2004.

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