Archives for posts tagged ‘family’

Timur Si-Qin

Timur Si-Qin Work from Legend at Fluxia. “For the project presented at Fluxia, Si-Qin activates the narrative potential surrounding the gallery by traveling to Oria, the hometown of Valentina, one of the gallerists. There he meets her father, Ennio, a medieval reenactment hobbyist, and proceeds to shoot a video of the gallerists (Valentina and Angelica) […]

Zach Nader

Zach Nader Work from Counterweight. “I investigate presentation and representation of self, others and viewpoint. My questions include: Where and how is experience constructed? What are the possibilities of history, truth and fiction in photographic images? Can the point in which meaning adheres to representations be shifted? And what is their role in constructing personal […]

Aaron Gustafson

Aaron Gustafson Work from Bonus Baby “I cut out my likeness from each photo as a way of reimagining the moments and to reconcile unremembered or painful past moments with my present self…The photographs are open-ended, ambiguous, and dishonest.” – Aaron Gustafson

Paula Muhr

Paula Muhr Work from Tata. “Through the work “Tata” I investigate various modes of representation and role models which we internalise in such an extent that they inform our subjectivity. I turn my father (Serbian: tata) into a kind of amateur fashion model asking him to pose for me in his favourite clothes. He dresses […]

Jowhara AlSaud

Jowhara AlSaud Work from Out of Line. “The latest body of work began as a comment on censorship in Saudi Arabia and it’s effects on visual communication. There are regions in Saudi Arabia where people still draw a line across throats in photographs (figuratively cutting the head off.) There are blurred out faces on billboard […]

Odette England

Odette England Work from Attentional Landscapes. “The Ishihara Colour Test is the most common clinical test for colour blindness in humans. But, like mirages and memories, the circles of randomised dots are just optical phenomena. In this series, Odette England undertakes quasi-scientific experiments in manipulating the intended meaning and function of family photographs. Selectively and […]