GUEST CURATOR - Jessica Goehring                                       

Jessica Goehring

Jan. 25 – 29, 2021

Jessica Goehring (b. 1983, NY) lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. Her work dances harmoniously between the analog and digital realms, pushing and pulling from each medium to distort and create new perceptions of reality.

She makes animated works that are both acidic and humorous, combining personal narratives, art historical references, and internet culture to explore our digital world. Her work is digital as photography as sculpture because the work employs a digital process to manipulate the initial photographic image, and the final images are then printed, layered, and constructed to create a lenticular quality which aims to mimic the pulsating movement of a digital screen, experienced in an analog way.


'Galaxy-sized' observatory sees potential hints of gravitational waves
Published by Science Daily
January 11, 2021

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Male seahorse gives birth to ‘army of offspring’ in breeding program to save endangered species
Published by The Guardian
Jan 12, 2021

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How Zoom and Instagram Literally Changed the Face of Plastic Surgery in 2020
Published by The Science Times
Written by Ernest Hamilton
Jan. 14, 2021

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Billions of cicadas set to emerge in US after spending 17 years underground
Published by The Guardian
Written by Oliver Milman
Jan. 26, 2021

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Enigmatic star system has 5 planets locked in perfect harmony
Published by Gizmodo
Written by George Dvorsky
Jan. 25, 2021

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From from @science Instagram page:

🧬 peep the video of a female seahorse impregnating a male seahorse. Before they get down to action, the seahorse pair conducts a courtship dance to synchronize their movements. The female then inserts her ovipositor into the male's brood pouch to deposit her unfertilized eggs. The male then releases his sperm into the seawater. Even more interesting is that his sperm find their way into his pouch to finish the process. Scientist are not sure how the sperm find their way to the pouch. After two weeks of pregnancy, the male gives birth and leaves his offspring to procreate with a new seahorse bae. The cycle continues until mating season is over 🎥 video credit: @onebreathdiver