Daan Roosegaarde’s “Waterlicht” Pop-Up in New York

An art installation and a call to action, this light flood depicts life alongside rising water

Daan Roosegaarde’s WATERLICHT project, an LED light and lens show, has appeared in several cities since its conception in 2016. From Rotterdam and Toronto to Dubai and London, the show guarantees the same presentation, no matter the setting: an enveloping, rolling wave of blue light meant to mimic where water levels could reach if humans fail to intervene. And while it’s certainly aesthetically pleasing, the work …

New Mexico’s Otherworldly Art Environment

The 150-member strong artist collective Meow Wolf has opened the doors to “The House of Eternal Return”—the physical manifestation of its grand artistic vision. The massive, immersive installation sits inside an abandoned bowling alley in Santa Fe, New Mexico and allows visitors to roam through a neon-lit fantasy world—including a treehouse, a full-size two-story home, and other rooms that seem to bleed into another dimension. …

Alfred Steiner’s “Likelihood of Confusion” Exhibition

Iconic logos reconstructed through found imagery at Joshua Liner Gallery

There’s something uncanny about Alfred Steiner‘s latest exhibition “Likelihood of Confusion,” now on display at NYC’s Joshua Liner Gallery. There’s an element of deep recognition and familiarity to each work, but an exploration within reveals numerous components that add further dimensions and question the piece as a whole. Steiner had a view in mind to tackle the pervasiveness of media and advertising. And he did …