Mosaics about the transience of life | Artdoc Photography Magazine | 2022
"The analogue and digital prints of the New York twin brothers Doug and Mike Starn are all unique artworks, just like paintings. The transience of life and human’s subjective perception are the themes in their rich body of work. The Starns speak as one individual because they see their artworks as inseparable cooperation."
An article on Doug & Mike Starn in Artdoc Photography Magazine.
The Theory of Everything | AS IF | 2015
Doug & Mike Starn speak to AS IF Magazine about the Big Bambú projects and their creative process.
To Be in the World | Ai-Ap | 2010
Peggy Roalf writes about the visit to Doug and Mike Starn studio.
Making Artistic Connections at a Subway Station | The New York Times | 2008
Melena Ryzik on Doug and Mike Starn public artwork 'See It Split, See It Change' at the South Ferry Station, New York.
Interview | NoMenus Quarterly | 2007
Conversation between Mike and Doug Starn and NoMenus Quarterly.
Like Moths To Flame| ArtReview | 2004
"A mesmerising new series of photographs by Mike and Dough Starn explores the human attraction to the mysteries and metaphors of light."
James Crump on the 'Attracted to Light' series.
Elemental Vision | Aperture | 2004
Doug & Mike Starn profile by Frederick Kaufman.
Doug & Mike Starn | Video interview
Doug & Mike Starn were interviewed by Kasper Bech Dyg at Ordrupgaard in Charlottenlund, Denmark in May 2018 in connection with their spectacular bamboo installation ‘Geometry of Innocence’.