try a little tenderness

Animal sounds, made visible by bell’s translator.
A selection of imagery from György Kepes’ 1956 book The New Landscape in Art and Science. Kepes was a Hungarian-born painter, designer, educator and art theorist who worked and taught along side Laszlo Moholy-Nagy at the New Bauhaus school in Chicago. He later founded the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at the MIT.

Animal sounds, made visible by bell’s translator.

A selection of imagery from György Kepes’ 1956 book The New Landscape in Art and Science. Kepes was a Hungarian-born painter, designer, educator and art theorist who worked and taught along side Laszlo Moholy-Nagy at the New Bauhaus school in Chicago. He later founded the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at the MIT.

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