Photographs by Jess Gough
Nowhere in the world are the myriad ways that water manifests more prominent than in Iceland. On its glassy shores, a dazzling display of crystalline caves and shapeshifting seas remind us that form and flow are forever in flux.
A prism is a multidimensional body that refracts, disperses, or in some cases, distorts light. Atmos Volume 07: Prism is a study of light, color, dimension, and perspective. It asks such questions as: How do we find the light in a world that can feel so dark? How do our identities shape the lenses through which we experience reality? How do we move past binary thinking and embrace a more prismatic or nuanced view of the world? How do ideas disseminate and refract? What role does transparency play in that process? What symbolism do specific colors hold, in both the human and natural world?