Finding Gold

Finding Gold

Gold in the Bark of the Locust Tree by Ric Kasini Kadour 20″ x 30″; archival print with 18 carat gold leafing; 2018, Edition of 3 Finding Gold Ten photographs by Ric Kasini Kadour A time capsule, the Rokeby Museum in Ferrisburgh, Vermont was designated a National...
18 Random Postcards: These Lights and Shades

18 Random Postcards: These Lights and Shades

Between 2010 and 2012, I made 226 photographs under a project I called “These Lights and Shades.” I took inspiration from the lines of a Walt Whitman poem, “These lights and shades, this drama of the whole, This common curtain of the face contain’d in me for me, in...

The Kunstkammer

The Kunstkammer Historically, Kunstkammers were magical places. A precursor to the museum, they originated in the castles and manors of European nobility in the sixteenth century. They held collections of various, dissimilar objects that demonstrated the owner’s...

Say Something

This essay originally appeared in Kolaj #24. A quarterly, printed magazine about contemporary collage, our goal with every issue is that Kolaj Magazine is essential reading for anyone interested in the role of contemporary collage in art, culture, and society. Visit...

My Pet Rock Has A Red Triangle Heart

Where My Pet Rock Came From Late stage capitalism sucks. We live in a time of unprecedented resources and technology. Yet, no one seems happy. People seemed overly concerned someone else is trying to get one over on them. Folks are obsessed with money and how to pay...