New York And London Double-Exposed!

Today we’re spotlighting the work of photographer Daniella Zalcman, whose stunning New York + London series of superimposed photos takes Instagram images to a new level. Navigating between travel and art photography, Zalcman documented her major transnational relocation to London from New York with this set of overlapping photographs of both cities. Her meticulous compositions produce synergy and dissonance in the same frame, heightening their visual contrast and strong atmospheric presence. Click through to see more!

If you’re in NYC, check out The Senior Moment tomorrow
5:45 - 9pmWed 13 June 2012Studio-X180 Varick Street, Suite 1610New York, NYPlease join the Columbia Lab for Architectural Broadcasting (C-LAB) at Studio-X from 5:45 - 9pm on Wednesday 13 June for an evening event on aging and New York City. Continuing the work begun in issue 27 of Volume magazine, ‘Aging Fight or Accept’ and more recently, with the C-Lab-certified issue 29, ‘The Urban Conspiracy’, this symposium engages experts from multiple disciplines who are actively shaping the future of aging in cities. From housing and environmental design to emerging technologies and social networks that foster aging-in-place, The Senior Moment will both survey and challenge received notions about the aging population and the aging built fabric of New York. The presentations and discussion will be followed by a reception. The event is free and open to the public.Participants include:Linda Fried, Dean, Columbia Mailman School of Public HealthElyzabeth Gaumer, Director of Housing Policy Research and Evaluation, NYCHPDAubrey de Grey, Founder and Chief Science Officer, SENS FoundationJeffrey Inaba, Director, C-LabStephen Johnston, Founder, Aging 2.0Thomas Kamber, Executive Director, OATSJesse Mintz-Roth, Senior Project Manager, NYCDOTCaryn Resnick, Deputy Commissioner, External Affairs, NYCDFTARichard Rosen, Principal, Perkins Eastman, Co-Chair, AIA Design for Aging CommitteeJeffrey Rosenfeld, Gerontologist and Professor of Design, Parsons The New School for DesignGeorgeen Theodore, Principal, Interboro Partners

If you’re in NYC, check out The Senior Moment tomorrow

5:45 - 9pm
Wed 13 June 2012
Studio-X
180 Varick Street, Suite 1610
New York, NY

Please join the Columbia Lab for Architectural Broadcasting (C-LAB) at Studio-X from 5:45 - 9pm on Wednesday 13 June for an evening event on aging and New York City. Continuing the work begun in issue 27 of Volume magazine, ‘Aging Fight or Acceptand more recently, with the C-Lab-certified issue 29, ‘The Urban Conspiracy, this symposium engages experts from multiple disciplines who are actively shaping the future of aging in cities. From housing and environmental design to emerging technologies and social networks that foster aging-in-place, The Senior Moment will both survey and challenge received notions about the aging population and the aging built fabric of New York. The presentations and discussion will be followed by a reception. The event is free and open to the public.


Participants include:
Linda Fried, Dean, Columbia Mailman School of Public Health
Elyzabeth Gaumer, Director of Housing Policy Research and Evaluation, NYCHPD
Aubrey de Grey, Founder and Chief Science Officer, SENS Foundation
Jeffrey Inaba, Director, C-Lab
Stephen Johnston, Founder, Aging 2.0
Thomas Kamber, Executive Director, OATS
Jesse Mintz-Roth, Senior Project Manager, NYCDOT
Caryn Resnick, Deputy Commissioner, External Affairs, NYCDFTA
Richard Rosen, Principal, Perkins Eastman, Co-Chair, AIA Design for Aging Committee
Jeffrey Rosenfeld, Gerontologist and Professor of Design, Parsons The New School for Design
Georgeen Theodore, Principal, Interboro Partners


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