"Of the Dense and Rare" by poet Ada Smailbegović & artist Sylvia Hardy is a phenomenal poetic and photographic exploration of the qualities and quantities of matter: metaphor, fir-wood, gold, the images of things. This work is scientific and sensuous, wonderfully experimental and conjectural, and we’re very pleased to usher it into the world as the first project in Triple Canopy to use our new publishing system, Alongslide.
Richard Mosse, “Platon,” North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2012.
Artist Richard Mosse will represent Ireland at the 2013 Venice Bienniale. Read Mary Walling Blackburn on Mosse in "The Flash Made Flesh," published in Triple Canopy Issue 11: Walling Blackburn writes: Mosse “disorders the aesthetics of conflict. None of these civilians and soldiers, ensnared in a decades-long civil conflict, really dwell in the camps of fuchsia woods and salmon-colored grasses. What ethical dimension does the visual suspension of the real take?”
“I had just seen films by Kubrick and Scorsese for the first time and wanted to create my own gangster and war narratives. My family was readily available so it was natural to include them.”
—Brian Zanisnik, "Baseball Card as Madeline"
Above: Brian Zanisnik, “P.O. Fontanez,” 2012
Zanisnik’s solo show “The Ineluctable Modality” will open Friday, November 9 at Aspect Ratio in Chicago.