Just this morning a colleague told me about this dazzling installation at High Line at Rail Yards in New York City:
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I will be giving a talk on Halloween at the University of Northern Iowa. It is free and open to the public, so if you are in the neighborhood stop by. There is an exhibition of student posters for the event currently up as well as an exhibit on camouflage. For more information see: http://www.uni.edu/artdept/gallery/Calendar.html
I was invited to talk by Roy Behrens, Professor of Art at UNI, RISD Alum, and camouflage scholar. I highly recommend his new book Ship Shape: A Dazzle Camouflage Sourcebook.
If you are in the Providence area, stop by the Rhode Island Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A to see the 2012 RISD Graduate Thesis Show. You will have to hurry, as the show is only open through June 2 (12-5pm).
Congratulations to all of our grads!
Listen to Roger Hanlon, Senior Scientist at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole and Basia Goszczynska, animator, artist, video editor, and film maker discuss how “art informs science in the study of camouflage and communication”.
Take a look at Roger’s video of the masters of camouflage, cephalopods: http://www.sciencefriday.com/embed/video/10397.swf
The army is developing new camouflage patterns. Check out the Washington Post article.
The gallery’s new space is opening tomorrow. The facade of the gallery has a temporary installation of work by S Mark Gubb, a Cardiff based artist. Gubb’s installation is called Good Sailing and incorporates dazzle camouflage.