In the Eyes of the Hungry: Sponsored by the NEA and Inspired by John Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath

The agricultural history of Florida preserves itself within the art pieces of In the Eyes of the Hungry, an exhibition on display at the Orlando City Hall Terrace Gallery. The show’s title comes from John Steinbeck’s novel The Grapes of Wrath in which farmers face Read More …

Derek Demeter: Space Case

Derek Demeter is a conservationist at heart. He uses the road less traveled out of an occupational necessity for dark spaces, and takes some stellar photography along his route. Flights of fancy aside, Demeter is an astronomer with a passion for photography that evolved concurrently. Read More …

Art is a Drag: Transformation Series

Daniel Morris is most known for his distinct style of portrait photography. He considers his subject in terms of the elements of art—line, color, shape, form, pattern, texture—organizing them into a unified composition while at the same time discovering and revealing the subject as metaphor. Read More …

Becky Flanders: Universes as They Could Be

With an academic background in artificial life and digital arts, Becky Flanders’ approach to her artistic practice borrows the “life-as-it-might-be” paradigm of artificial life’s philosophical modeling, deciphering the most essential processes of life and implementing them in new situations—confrontational images of the human body, ambiguously Read More …