People I grew up with, celebrities, ASMR stars, former partners, fluffy dogs, professional athletes, contemptible government officials—I saw them all evenly.
In autumn 2018, BUILD sat down with Ed Weinstein of Seattle-based Weinstein A+U to discuss the prefabricated, modular Papali Wailea project he designed and codeveloped on Maui in 2008. They discussed his design approach for the tropics, creating a spirit of place, and how to keep pests out of architecture.
I realized that while others had labeled the Biosphere 2 project a failure, to me it was also a success. We learned something really important—we do not fully understand or appreciate the intricacies of our world and how it works.
ARCADE’s Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that we have hired Dr. Sarah Jo Ward as our […]
Dear ARCADE Community, It is with a heavy heart that after over 18 years I prepare to take […]
As a curator, I have strived to place viewers inside of the digital, giving tangible boundaries to that infinite space. The gallery is my medium; I work collaboratively with artists to realize their software-based works within physical rooms.
In February, ARCADE celebrated the launch of Issue 37.1, The Simulated Metropolis: Art and Identity Within the Network. […]
An Interview with Artist Reilly Donovan By Leah St. Lawrence Reilly Donovan describes himself as an electronics artist—a […]