Don’t trip out, dude. It’s just the pied mossy frog. A king of camouflage in the evergreen rainforests of Asia, this dank froggy was photographed by Joel Sartore at the Houston Zoo.
Larry Johnson is The Purrtraitist
A shirtless man on meth and covered in mud was recently found screaming and swinging through trees inside a bird exhibit at the Santa Ana Zoo. Here’s the 911 call.
by Daniel Rozin
“Penguins Mirror” is an installation scattered on the floor and comprised of 450 motorized stuffed animals. Reductive in palette, yet baroque in behavior, it performs an absurdly homogeneous system of movement. Playing with the compositional possibilities of black and white, each penguin turns from side to side and responds to the presence of an audience. As they perform, the penguins’ collective intelligence is puzzling, yet somehow familiar, as the plush toys enact a precise choreography rooted in geometry.
On view at bitforms gallery through July 1, 2015