By Peter Malone
MAR 2020 | ArtSeen
Celebrating 25 Years of Project 59, is a retrospective of Irina Danilovas longitudinal commitment to a multidisciplinary art that employs a strangers instinct for the unnoticed. Applying methodologies cobbled from science and art, but independent of eithers restricting imperatives, Danilova delves into the ordinary and the incidental to create a parallel narrative of her unusually busy life.
By David Brooks
SEPT 2022 | Critics Page
Feeding on caterpillars, beetles, spiders, and spider eggs, the blackpoll warbler will double its body weight to fly 20,000 kilometers from its summer habitat of the Canadian boreal forests nonstop overwater to winter in the Amazon. Challenging our imaginations, this twelve-grams-of-feathers has the longest overwater flight known of any songbird.