Glass master #2

NZ glass artist, Luke Jacomb, is turning heads in Seattle with his pioneering use of photosensitive glass. While the product itself was invented during WW2, Jacomb is believed to be the first artist to incorporate it into his work. In his most recent exhibition, Jacomb created a link between photosensitivity and photosynthesis by using a recurring leaf motif. Says the 26-year-old; “I have a whole lifetime of ideas ahead of me. This is just the start.”


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Composer Annea Lockwood at Chicago Festival

Composer Annea Lockwood at Chicago Festival

Chicago’s Frequency Festival has become a crucial showcase for the movement of “new music”, according to Aaron Cohen reporting for Chicago Tribune. New Zealand-born and New York-based composer Annea Lockwood exemplifies…