Archives for posts tagged ‘meta-photography’

Amanda Ross-Ho

Amanda Ross-Ho Work from The Character and Shape of Illuminated Things Los Angeles-based artist Amanda Ross-Ho’s first outdoor public art project,THE CHARACTER AND SHAPE OF ILLUMINATED THINGS, explores how photography is similar to the act of seeing. The title of the exhibition is adapted from the 1980 photography handbook How to Control and Use Photographic Lighting, which […]

Rachel de Joode

Rachel de Joode Work from The Molten Inner Core at Neumeister Bar-Am. “Puddles, Meteorites, A Surface of a Dinosaur Bone, Bronze, Grey Goo, Fat, Stone and Human Skin all have an aesthetic calling to de Joode. These things are explored for their material agency, not only their communication with us but with each other and […]

Everything Is Collective

Everything Is Collective Work from Deliberate Operations 1 [2]. “‘DELIBERATE OPERATIONS reflects the EIC’s view of how it conducts considered and sustained operations in space and sets the foundation for developing other fundamentals, tactics, techniques, and procedures. These operations are designed and/or spontaneously realized to reveal or conceal certain features of the environment. This volume […]

Laura Letinsky

Laura Letinsky Work from Ill Form and Void Full. “This exhibition focuses on Letinsky’s new series, Ill Form and Void Full (2010-11), and marks a significant development in her work since 2009. Letinsky became increasingly interested in the artificiality of the photograph and its potential as a self-reflexive space. Here Letinsky has begun incorporating paper […]

Jordan Tate

Jordan Tate Work from Gamut Warning at Denny Gallery, opening reception Sunday, September 15th from 6-8pm. “Denny Gallery is pleased to announce the first solo gallery exhibition in New York City of Jordan Tate, titled Gamut Warning and running from September 14 to October 20, 2013. Jordan Tate’s work represents a shift away from the […]

Everything Is Anything Else

Everything Is Anything Else (Jason Lukas, Zach Norman, and Aaron Hegert) Work from their current Exhibition at the Mt. Comfort Gallery in Indianapolis, on view until September 21. “EVERYTHING IS ANYTHING ELSE proposes the camera’s true muscularity is not in its ability to inform, but rather in its ability to redirect, transform, and diffuse the […]

Lucas Blalock

Lucas Blalock Work from his oeuvre. “Carmen Winant: All of your pictures are shot on 4× 5 film, scanned and then post-produced in Photoshop. Why work across multiple formats? Lucas Blalock: Early on, it was important that the pictures had a foot in both the analogue and the digital. When I began making pictures in […]

Lyndsy Welgos

Lyndsy Welgos Work from her oeuvre. “Rawson Projects: Firstly, I think you have always attempted to address the identity of photography as an art medium in your work. In your first exhibition with Rawson Projects, while still employing photographic processes, you stripped the works of specific references to time and place. Can you describe how […]

Laurie Kang

Laurie Kang Work from Kang‘s exhibition at Erin Stump Projects. “In 1966 the American literary journal Yale French Studies dedicated an issue to Structuralism, a fashionable theory pursued by European literary critics. The theory held that a close reading of any text should be considered with a greater awareness of its historical context; that every […]

Jessica Labatte

Jessica Labatte Work from her oeuvre. “JF: Without reducing you to a specific “school” of photography, you seem to be in company with a generation of young photographers interested in the physical process of photography, yet your work also deals with larger issues/metaphors related to illusion, performance and perception. Do you see your work being […]