(Curations) are complimentary ways of expressing nature, whether through music selection or documentary video.
While the Smithsonian Natural History Museum has over 144 million objects in its collection, 99% of its treasure remains behind the scenes. Explore the secrets of the natural world through a myriad of drawers, jars, and a host of eager guardians.
The last known specimen of E. Woodii is a relic of an unimaginably different earth. Let the Palm House Supervisor at Kew Gardens, David Cooke, walk you through its Jurassic past and ‘unfrondly’ future.
With humble hands and a charming curiosity, chemistry teacher-turned-sculptor, Bobby Jaber, recreates his elemental knowledge in physical form.
From broken spirits to breaking science, Dr. David Vaughan revitalizes our hope for coral reefs with an accelerated coral growing technique that will leave you in pieces.
When we look closely, what was once domestic can seem otherworldly. Go beyond the everyday with this incredible vision of iridescence in its simplest form.
A sonic account of an unintentional ingestion of Amanita bisporigera, or Destroying Angel, one of the world’s most poisonous mushrooms. Vancouver’s Daniel Rincon, aka NAP, lets its undulating toxicity wash over us until it all washes away.
A relic of artistry from the Victorian times, the painstaking arrangement of single-celled algae is the peculiar fascination of modern diatomist, Klaus Kemp.