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Zeitguised

Zeitguised Work from Badlands. “Exploring the Arizona desert landscapes, the photographer’s camera becomes the recorder of the original source, while the artist’s digital modeling tool interprets the phenomenology of the geological formations. The resulting world becomes a striking and uncanny walk-in bastardization between the rich reality of the landscape and the reduced analytic model thereof.” […]

Dora and Maja

Dora Budor and Maja Cule Work from Bodysurfing @ Stadium. “In the age of self-design where everyone is constantly producing an image of themselves for the reception of a global audience, D+M have fully embraced this reality by employing strategic brand campaign tactics as their primary mode of production. For Bodysurfing the duo have taken […]

Julia Dault

Julia Dault Work from her oeuvre. Dault’s work is currently in the New Museum’s Triennal, The Ungovernables. “Julia Dault manipulates materials of modernity such as Formica and Plexiglas in temporal arrangements that can never be repeated. In her works, the artist’s labor is dependent on the conditions of a certain space, her strength to execute […]

Roe Ethridge

Roe Ethridge Work from his oeuvre. “Roe Ethridge arranges his large-format photographs into series whose precise meaning remains elusive. His gallery installations and book projects mix fine-art photographs and commercial images, including outtakes from his illustrational magazine work. A polished studio portrait may be juxtaposed with a grainy still-life drawn from a retail catalogue or […]

Wyne Veen

Wyne Veen Work from his oeuvre. “My central theme is uselessness. I feel that life is ridiculous. The products and arrangements I show are a reflection of investments of time and effort by men. They show the development of our society just like the old 17th century famous Dutch still lives did. But I don’t […]

Alex Prager

Alex Prager Work from The Big Valley.  There is a peculiar Cindy Sherman meets Alfred Hitchcock quality that brought me to explore this work further, and I am not surprised at all to find that I am not the only one to have thought along those lines. Collection of reviews here. “Prager photographs her female […]