Sui Getsu Ka [Water Moon Flower] Grid
Hand-Dyed, Anodized Aluminum Paintings for upcoming solo exhibition “Mujo” [Impermanence] at Sundaram Tagore Gallery, NYC
“Sui Getsu Ka” [Water Moon Flowe] are the words spoken by Zen Monks to Monks who have completed Zen Training. Like the reflection of flowers on moonlit water, all things are temporal- Miya Ando
album art for the debut ep by “the here and now”
Japanese Lantern Signal
This is an approximate true color image of Titan’s haze layers, taken by Cassini’s Imaging Science Subsystem during Cassini’s 91st encounter with Titan on April 5, 2013.
Image: NASA / JPL / SSI / composite by Val Klavans
Titan’s upper haze layers appear blue, while its main atmospheric haze appear orange in this view. The difference in color is most likely due to particle size rather than composition. The blue haze probably consists of smaller particles than the orange haze.
Installation view of Parallel Practices: Joan Jonas & Gina Pane.
More installation images are coming soon. You’ll be amazed out how beautiful they look. We can’t wait to see them in print!
Math:Rules - Strange Attractors
Chaotic Atmospheres is a Geneva, Switzerland-based graphic artist and illustrator. He created a series of graphic artworks representing mathematical shapes on bright background. This is a small selection of his “tribute to mathematics” series.