Archives for posts tagged ‘meta-photography’

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 […]

Elspeth Diederix

Elspeth Diederix Work from her oeuvre. “…Diederix is playful and inventive in her visualisation of images but strict and almost mathematical in constructing her compositions. Even though her photographs may give the impression that they are brought about by chance, they are in fact staged to an extreme degree. A plastic bag may become a […]

Letha Wilson

Letha Wilson Work from her oeuvre. “…Starting with images of idealised American landscapes – Yellowstone, Yosemite, Utah – Letha Wilson transforms and alters her photographs by various physical means. In some works careful cutting, folding and curling of the paper creates enigmatic but immersive environments. In other more extreme (and for us more interesting) work […]

Erin Shirreff

Erin Shirreff Work from her oeuvre. “…Erin Shirreff … among them—are addressing (or redressing) the issues attendant on becoming familiar with an artwork through its photo- graphic reproduction.6 Most of them have a studio-based practice that involves more than one medium—some are not even primarily photographers—but thinking about photography is central to what they do. […]

Lotte Geeven

Lotte Geeven Work from her oeuvre. “Throughout her work Geeven reveals splintered structures, reducing them to lines. Her city is a subway map and her mountain is a stripped vista. Working in multiple dimensions, she reveals a private and whimsical world hidden around the city, creating a non-existent space so that we can partake in […]

Viviane Sassen

Work from Parasomnia. “The title of the series Parasomnia alludes to sleep disorders and occurrences of anomalous and unusual actions. The body of work engages with our perception of the world and weaves elements of fine art, fashion and documentary generating something new: bold and perplexing, colourful yet serious, lucid and enigmatic. The visual constructions […]

Bryan Dooley

Bryan Dooley Work from Gold County Real Estate. “‘Gold County Real Estate’ ‘(Bud) …sorry, what a fox… funny, the most beautiful girls in the world are always on the street or in elevators, never get to talk to them, shy … my looks, never had confidence in them … overcompensating work syndrome… prove your worth […]