It seems like this obscure foundation forgot about their Artist in Residence.
These routers deliberately misbehave worse than your crappy Circuit City relic.
Each year, the National Science Foundation accepts proposals for artists and writers hoping to chill out in Antarctica.
It's an immersive vision like synthetic fairy wings that glow and shimmer.
Poet Sophia Le Fraga discusses translating French theater into tweets and text messages.
Wild colors make Jordan Casteel's symbolic paintings pop off the canvas.
The Textile Arts Center’s ongoing program pushes fiber artists in new directions.
Artist François Quévillon crafts a non-linear audiovisual installation around an active Icelandic volcano.
Joe Hamilton's 'Indirect Flight' is best experienced on your smartphone.
The "Everything, Everyday" exhibit showcases three emerging artists.
This weekend, "New York's freest art school" residents are opening their studios to the public.
“Wrapping shit in gold ain’t an easy task," Lisa Solberg tells The Creators Project.