Category: excitement


The two artworks I describe are the “Kitchen” by Liza Lou and “The Vessel” by Thomas Heatherwick. Both works are creatively built, attract many visitors in New York, and are worth paying a visit to.

The Relationship of Dissolved Oxygen Levels and Species Diversity and Observation Frequency of Bivalves in New York City Waters

Bivalves, like mussels and oysters, play an important ecological role as filter feeders by filtering out algae, bacteria, and pollution to keep our waterways clean, but have died out in estuaries like NYC Harbor due to overconsumption and pollution. We examine the relationship between harbor water quality and the observation frequency and diversity of bivalves in hopes of determining the best ways to protect them.

Wassily Kandisnky: The Music of Colors

Kandinsky is often regarded as the pioneer of abstract art. But what were some of his influences? Here, I explain his love for both color and sound and how he creates a relationship between the two to evoke an emotional response in his audiences.

Merged Reality

Artists such as Alexa Meade and Banksy may seem polar opposites at first glance, but they share the concept of merged reality, showing us that art is all around us wherever we go.