Archives for the Month of April, 2009

Limited Access to Internet

until Sunday, no posts from me.

Mitch Epstein

Mitch Epstein Work from American Power “Mitch Epstein’s current work examines how energy is produced and used in the American landscape. Made on forays to energy production sites and their environs, these pictures question the power of nature, government, corporations, and mass consumption in the United States.” Review here. Also check out his work from […]

Daniel Eatock

  Daniel Eatock Work from Quarter Mile Groove (video), Closed Loops, and Best Before October 26, 2008. Eatock’s site is a massive database of work that should be perused at leisure. ____________________ Quarter Mile Groove “The recording translates the length of its vinyl groove into audio allowing listeners to experience the 1/4 mile length of […]

Bradley Dean Wollman

Bradley Dean Wollman Work from the series The Little War “The Little War began in my mind about a year ago. I thought I would begin to comprehend the war in Iraq if I immersed myself in images and stories from the war. However, the more I watched, looked and listened, the further I felt […]

Ari Versluis and Ellie Uyttenbroek

Ari Versluis and Ellie Uyttenbroek work from Exactitudes. Exactitudes is a phenomonal (and phenomonaly large) exploration of photography as typology and visual classification, the website is a huge database of all types. ______________________ Rotterdam-based photographer Ari Versluis and profiler Ellie Uyttenbroek have worked together since October 1994. Inspired by a shared interest in the striking […]

Nik Mirus

Nik Mirus Work from the series Blackboard Landscapes and People and Quiet Spaces. Blackboard Landscapes: “There is something to be said about sitting in an empty classroom, (generally a very static/clinical environment) and staring at a 4 x 12 foot black chalkboard. I became very interested in observing these classroom blackboards. They’re surfaces always seemed […]

Scarlett Hooft Graafland

Scarlett Hooft Graafland Work from the pieces, Polar Bear, The Journey, Salt, and Lemonade Igloo (in order). “Using naïve and childlike colour palettes her photographs draw on the language of the surreal showing familiar objects out of context (a llama wearing balloons, top hats flying through the desert and a pair of naked legs entwined […]

Kevin Van Aelst

Kevin Van Aelst This work reminds me of the Isabella Krieg show I saw last week, check out her work too. “Subjects of my color photographs include every day foods and objects: bread, doughnuts, crackers, candy, floor tile, sweaters, and lint. These simple materials are arranged into shapes and patterns inspired by formulas found in […]