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      Satellite Photos Get Kaleidoscopic in These Lenticular Prints

      In Ingrid Burrington’s debut solo show, ‘Reconnaissance,' the artist and writer reminds us that no view of Earth is complete.

    • 7.6.15

      There’s No Place Like Nome

      Photographer Alec Soth ventured to Nome, Alaska, a deeply American place created by outsiders for outsiders, to capture the frontier rawness of the "Sin City of the North."

    • 5.28.14

      Mossless Magazine Interviews Dana Lixenberg

      Dana Lixenberg is a photographer who focuses on the individuals and communities on the margins of society. Mossless magazine talks with her about capitalism, inequity, and the fragility of life.

    • 1.16.12

      Drones Over Alaska: Why Good Use Is Always On Thin Ice

      Ask anyone in Nome, Alaska right now how they feel about surveillance drones and you'll likely get unequivocally high praise. Had a remotely-piloted surveillance aircraft not been monitoring Bering Sea ice flows over the past week an emergency shipment...

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