« Back to article: Black gold: Petroleum by-products fuel Marina Zurkow's provocative Necrocracy FotoFest show

News_Joseph_Marina Zurkow_Necrocracy_installation view 2
Marina Zurkow, Mesocosm (Wink, Texas), 2012, color, animation and sound, software-driven animation in a 146-hour year-long cycle (never repeats), commissioned by DiverseWorks Photo by Mark Francis
News_Joseph_Marina Zurkow_Necrocracy_Haz Mat Suits for Children
Marina Zurkow, HazMat Suits for Children, 2012, Tychem® TK fabric, acrylic , Velcro, rubber and mannekin with fabrication by Lara Grant; Tychem® TK fabric courtesy of DuPont Photo by Mark Francis
News_Joseph_Marina Zurkow_Necrocracy_blue lake_Still from Mesocosm_Wink, TX
Marina Zurkow, Still from Mesocosm (Wink, TX), 2012, software-driven animation, color and sound, ongoing computer generated Courtesy of the artist
News_Joseph_Marina Zurkow_Necrocracy_Installation View_5
Marina Zurkow, The Petroleum Manga, 2012, 50 banners, solvent ink on Tyvek, commissioned by DiverseWorks Photo by Mark Francis
News_Joseph_Marina Zurkow_Necrocracy_Still from Mesocosm_Wink, TX
Marina Zurkow, Still from Mesocosm (Wink, TX), 2012, software-driven animation, color and sound, ongoing computer generated Courtesy of the artist