Web cameras have been placed at many of the ESO sites, allowing anyone to see ESO’s advanced telescopes in action in one of the driest deserts in the world at any time.The 24/7 live transmission from the webcams offers multiple streams that are not to be missed: The live webcam offers high-resolution views of the Very Large Telescope observing platform.These spaces are private, but if the new museum’s inaugural exhibit, “Public, Private, Secret,” teaches you anything, it’s that nothing is as private as you think it is.“When you go out into the outside world, look how many cameras there are,” says ICP Executive Director Mark Lubell.“There are security cameras but also people taking pictures everywhere….A Facebook page, “Justice For Izabel,” decries Laxamana’s punishment and the shaming of other children.
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You can zoom in the Unit Telescopes, Auxiliary Telescopes, the VLT Survey Telescope (VST), Cerro Armazones (home of the ELT) and even the distant volcano Llullaillaco (at an amazing distance of 190 km from Paranal). On extremely clear days the magnificent 6739-metre volcano Llullaillaco is visible in the background of this photograph.
Note that the Moon at times can be so bright that night almost looks like day. It is an amazing 190 kilometres away on the border with Argentina.
A view of Natalie Bookchin's "My Meds," from the artist's "Testament" series.
Bookchin's work is featured in the International Center of Photography's "Public, Private, Secret," the inaugural exhibit at its new space in Manhattan. Stenciled on the ground, just outside the entrance to the International Center of Photography’s (ICP) new museum in Manhattan, are words informing visitors that once you enter, you “consent to being photographed, filmed and/or otherwise recorded” and “surrender the right to the use of such material throughout the universe in perpetuity.”The rather dramatic legalese appears on the wall inside the galleries as well, reminding you of the ubiquitous presence of cameras, even at home as you dance naked in your living room or eat dinner in front of your computer.
We’re all part of this.” See Newsweek After closing the doors of its midtown museum last January, the ICP on June 23 opened its new space three miles south, at 250 Bowery.
The change in location allows for a fresh take on a four-decade-old mission: to better understand the way images affect our lives.
That mission is clear from the moment you step into “Public, Private, Secret,” which opened Thursday with the new museum.
The first room is dimly lit, in stark contrast to the bright white “village square”-like entry area, almost like a negative.