Christina Seely is one of the featured artists in the upcoming issue of Plazm magazine. You can see a preview of some of the work and read a conversation she and I had a while back about her Lux project on the Plazm web site. The work is pretty incredible, I think. She spent five years traveling around the world documenting urban environments and the light they emit at night. The project highlights the disconnect between the immense beauty produced by human-made light and the complexity of what this light represents.
She is currently working on new project called “Markers of Time” that investigates how climate change is altering natural rhythms and cycles in the delicate ecosystems of arctic. Consider giving her Kickstarter a bit of support.