In a Louisville Museum Show, Artists Reflect on the Legacy of Breonna Taylor and Other Black Lives Lost to Gun Violence—See Images Here

“Promise, Witness, Remembrance” at the Speed Art Museum Through June 6, 2021 What the museum says: “Promise, Witness, Remembrance at the Speed Art Museum will reflect on the life of Breonna Taylor, her killing in 2020, and the year of protests that followed, in Louisville and around the world. The exhibition … [Read More...]

Canadians Found Steven Shearer’s Billboards of People Sleeping So Creepy That a Vancouver Photo Festival Had to Cover Them Up

A series of seven billboards plastered with photographs of sleeping people have been covered up after organizers of Vancouver’s Capture Photography Festival received a flood of angry emails. The photographs, by the Canada-based artist Steven Shearer, debuted at the Arbutus Greenway on Tuesday, and were plastered over by … [Read More...]

Why Does This Rock Art Look So Trippy? Because Native Californians Were Literally Taking Hallucinogens When They Made It, a Study Says

In an extremely important archaeological discovery, a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences offers proof that native Californians consumed hallucinogens while making rock art. Although researchers have long believed in a correlation between the ingestion of mind-altering substances and trippy rock art, until now … [Read More...]