'Bodies of Work' is all about art and ability
Lyrical dance pieces incorporating performers in wheelchairs, a one-man show promising "funny stories about cancer" and the Lookingglass Theatre's world premiere adaptation of "Still Alice," a New York Times best-selling novel about a college professor diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's , are included in the rich pool of offerings in "Bodies of Work," an 11-day festival of disability arts and culture that begins Friday.
Super Electric Jellyfish Carry-All Pouch by Dave Loblaw
Super Electric Jellyfish Carry All Pouch / Travel & Pencil Pouch by Dave Loblaw - Medium (9.5" x 6")
Body Architecture by Lucy & Bart
Another perspective can of course be found in the “absurd” human enhancement works of LucyandBart (Lucy McRae and Bart Hess) that is often described as an instinctual stalking of fashio…
I Combine Surreal Creatures With The Naked Body
My series is called Octobody. My name is Maria Kepinski and I'm a 27 year old photographer from Oslo, Norway. A little bit about my work: The human figure has been the focus of the photographic community for centuries –– from portraiture and documentary to classic nudes and erotica.
Totally sea-through! Photographer captures rare octopus with completely clear head - Storytrender
An octopus with a see-through head has been captured on camera by a curious photographer. Wu Yung-sen, 42, was exploring in the sea of Anilo, Philippines, when he stumbled across the unusual-looking mollusc.
Eli loved the sting rays (and splashing in the water)- this one was "waving" at him! These two aren't very good pictures, but they are the only ones I got of both Lily and Eli touching the sting rays (although they both touched them a few times). Amazing jellyfish Eli dancing under the aquarium. The shark tunnel. Lily and her friend Libby were a little nervous to walk through the tunnel with the sharks so they held hands (too cute)! Together their fear quickly faded! The Saw Shark (from…
This deep sea squid with actual teeth.
Sea creatures with human-looking teeth are the most terrifying thing. And this one also has eight legs and two tentacles. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the Promachoteuthis sulcus, a deep sea squid we only know about thanks to this one specimen. It was found by a German research vessel in the southern Atlantic ocean, around 6000ft down.Now promise never to go down there and maybe this picture won't haunt your nightmares.
Bioluminescence in Nature
Light shows often grab the attention of audiences — and the ones that occur naturally are even more captivating. Indeed, both the Greek thinker Aristotle and the Roman naturalist Pliny the Elder had…