Archives for posts tagged ‘reconstruction’

Peter Sandbuchler

Peter Sandbuchler Work from Tiger Stealth. “The Tamil Tiger video footage was found on internet sites of private analysts of clandestine weapon systems. The boat is patrolling river banks. The crew is captured in heroic poses, thus creating a rather theatrical appearance. The origins of the ‘stealth’boats are the subject of much debates, some analysts believe […]

Adam Cruces

Adam Cruces Work from (Un)finished. “This series of images is based on paintings that were left unfinished by artists throughout history. The paintings have been ‘finished’ by Adobe Photoshop CS5′s Content-Aware Fill feature.” – Adam Cruces

Heather Rasmussen

Heather Rasmussen Work from DeconstructConstruct. ” The series DestructConstruct is based on found photographs of shipping container accidents downloaded from the Internet. Each found image is used as a model for a sculpture that is constructed for the production of the photograph. Individual shipping containers are folded by hand out templates of colored cardstock, and […]

Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin

Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin Work from Afterlife. “Afterlife is a re-reading of a controversial photograph taken in Iran on 6 August 1979. This remarkable image, taken just months after the revolution, records the execution of 11 blindfolded Kurdish prisoners by firing squad. The image, which captures the decisive moment the guns were fired, was […]

Thomas Demand

Thomas Demand Work from his oeuvre. Also check out his work for After the Imperial Presidency. “A dozen years ago, Thomas Demand, whose generally stellar midcareer retrospective opens today at the Museum of Modern Art, was studying in London, at Goldsmiths College, then the hotbed of the British art scene. He hit upon the idea […]

Amy Stein

Amy Stein Work from Domesticated. As with many of my weekend posts, you probably do (or should) know of Stein’s work. “My photographs serve as modern dioramas of our new natural history. Within these scenes I explore our paradoxical relationship with the “wild” and how our conflicting impulses continue to evolve and alter the behavior […]

Tess Hurrell

  Tess Hurrell Work from Chaology. “My practice is primarily using photography as a framework, a context for ideas of perception, discovery, proof and understanding. Using it’s uniquely complex language, I aim to create images that communicate on different levels about the way in which we see and observe. ‘Chaology’ This series grew from a […]