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Call for Issue #5…

Call for Submissions for Issue #5! Underlying theme: Robots. Artificial Intelligence. Cybernetic Revolt. Science Fiction. Mystery. Mythology. Apocalyptic Events. The Unknown. Humanity. Technology. Anatomy & Physiology. Cosmology. Metaphysics. Otherworldly. Outer Space. Terraforming. Submit your work by August 15, 2018. More details here: https://esquaredmagazine.com/submit/  

Grimanesa Amorós at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival

As part of its 40 year anniversary season, BRIC has commissioned former E-Squared artist Grimanesa Amorós. HEDERA can be viewed from June 5 to August 11 at the Prospect Park Bandshell as a special element of the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival. Special Artist Reception // Thursday, June 28th 8PM – 10:30PM Take a peak at her spread in Issue #3 of E-Squared […]

…and the bunny goes POP!

…and the bunny goes POP! Tales of a rabbit gone viral.    Don’t miss Eduardo Kac’s opening exhibition …and the bunny goes POP!  at The Horse Hospital, London. Eduardo (featured in Issue #4) will be present at the opening and on Saturday, June 2, from 4 – 6 pm. Opening reception: June 1, 7 – 9 pm. The exhibition presents a selection of Eduardo Kac’s works […]

Edward Burtynsky Awarded Master of Photography

Cover Image: Phospor Tailings Pond #4. Polk County, Florida, 2012. Edward Burtynsky was recently announced Master of Photography for 2018 by Photo London. The award is given annually to a leading contemporary photographer who is the subject of a special exhibition at the fair. As such, Burtynsky will present a specially curated display of new and rarely seen images […]

Luca Pozzi’s Hawking Series

This morning’s wake carried the news of the loss of a great…Stephen Hawking. Hawking was the Dennis Stanton Avery and Sally Tsui Wong-Avery director of research at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics and founder of the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology at Cambridge. He was also former Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University […]

Story of the Heavens with Sarah Sanford

E-Squared’s debut issue featured work by Santa Cruz artist Sarah Sanford. Intrigued by the scientific process in which intense investigation of minute subunits are integral to understanding the whole picture, her work transitions between the micro and macro cosmic worlds. Sanford is currently showing her work in the exhibit Prinstallations at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary […]

Robot Mythologies with Geoffrey Drake-Brockman

As we round the corner into March, artist Geoffrey Drake-Brockman of Issue #3 will be showing his work, Parallax Dancer, Coppelia One, and Floribots in the show A Cache of Kinetic Art: Curious Characters at the Morris Museum NJ. The exhibit will be up from March 16, 2018 – June 20, 2018. If you are in New Jersey or surrounding areas, I highly […]

Catalyst for Innovation

I have to say, I never thought I would be at a Venture Café meeting building a tower out of spaghetti and marshmallows, but sure enough, I found myself there doing just that. Most importantly though, I was building it with another person…through a process of collaboration that involved bringing multiple modes of thinking together in order to […]

Museum of the Moon

Multitalented artist Luke Jerram’s has an ever-diversifying and growing body of work. Formerly featured in Issue #2 with his glass microbiology series where he brought vision and beauty to the lifeless world of bacteria and viruses, his latest work, is a touring installation that sets before his audience an intimate view of the moon. We […]