What we learned walking across Berlin with a garbologist
Blurriness, grain, and double exposures used to be a no go in photo albums. Artist Maya Beano leverages them to reconstruct the hazy nature of memories.
Filmmaker Uwe Boll is notorious not just for his movies but also the bad reviews they have garnered. Now that he is quitting the business, a frank and honest conversation about his legacy, his ambitions, and why America sometimes needs to be offended.
Philosopher Elizabeth V. Spelman on the surprising relation between us and the things we throw away.
Getting lost in memories, on trash day.
Photographer Gregg Segal portrayed friends and strangers lying in seven days of their own garbage. Between polished eggshells and used syringes he found a lot of shame, pride and contradiction.