National Geographic's feature story for February is Canada's Yukon, a forbidding Alpine landscape of mountains and lakes.
Photograph: The glacier-fed Azure Lake in the Ogilvie Mountains, by Paul Nicklen.
Our poetry editor, Joe Pan, has selected a poem by Amy King for his monthly series…
James Turrel living lights
“I make spaces that apprehend light for our perception, and in some ways gather it, or seem to hold it…my work is more about your seeing than it is about my seeing, although it is a product of my seeing.”
— James Turrell
A smaller scale exhibition at Pace gallery compare with the installations that this artist show us during the last years in the US. Even that Turrel’s work in a big or a small scale always worth it.
James Turrell is on at Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens, W1S 3ET until 5 April. Entrance is free.
«No», contesta Laura Aguín, gallega vegana de primer orden y habitante de Berlín. —¿Por qué? «Personalmente, comer algo con una textura y un sabor a animal muerto me provocaría rechazo p …
Si o no?
Wearables are so hot right now. Apple iWatch rumours are in rude health. Google is apparently looking (beyond Glass) at picking up and strapping onto its business another startup in the wearables space (guesses for which in the comment…
Wearable: if not a State of the Art, at least a State of the Market
These fables show potential of putative simple organisms in the past, present and future. What if invasive species become a weapon? What if the next danger is an engineered physical insect, not a digital one? continue