Archives for posts tagged ‘photography’

Arthur Ou

Arthur Ou Work from A Day of Times. “When we think about the future of the world, we always have in mind its being at the place where it would be if it continued to move as we see it moving now. We do not realize that it moves not in a straight line, but […]

Grant Gill

Grant Gill Work from Primary Magic. “To be gay, at least during the time and place I came into my own identities, meant a varying level of removal from the heterosexual man. I have observed that the cause of this is for two reasons. The first, I must admit, is my own burden. It is […]

Karolina Wojtas

Karolina Wojtas Work from The Extremely Rich Fauna of the Local Area. “…No sense in assuming an academic tone, we’re in the woods, after all. Peculiarities abound. Here the hedgehogs can be coniferous or deciduous, occasionally mixed. Vegetarian lions prance through the meadows. Snails and deer: they’ve both got horns. Otherwise you grasp for similarities […]

Laura Thompson

Laura Thompson Work from Senseless. “Based on various anthropological and scientific studies, it has been observed that as people have become more dependent on modern technology and science, people’s senses have gradually dulled and become dislocated with our natural surroundings. Sociologist Richard Sennett states that urban sprawl and technological advances in transportation are some of […]

Justyna Wierzchowiecka

Justyna Wierzchowiecka Work from Museum Studies. “Most of the things have been photographed. Images circulating amongst the photo documentations or collections projected on the screens of our devices originate an obvious debate over the presence of art and objects being reproduced in the hybrid reality. Their saturation in the networked cycle is on a thin […]

Bessma Khalaf

Bessma Khalaf Works from Torch Song. “Khalaf’s sublime, black and white, natural world landscapes offer up beauty and uncertainty. Using various processes of degradation (burning, smashing, consuming) the artist re-imagines the natural world, taking the viewer beyond the nihilism of destruction, into the generative possibilities that are offered by voids and absences. Troubling, and all […]

Wendy Red Star

Wendy Red Star Work from her oeuvre. “Artist Wendy Red Star works across disciplines to explore the intersections of Native American ideologies and colonialist structures, both historically and in contemporary society. Raised on the Apsáalooke (Crow) reservation in Montana, Red Star’s work is informed both by her cultural heritage and her engagement with many forms […]

Paul Mpagi Sepuya

Paul Mpagi Sepuya Work from his oeuvre. “Photographs, and photographs of photographs; cameras, and cameras pointing at cameras; models, and models posing as models: A kind of brooding over these—and the conundrum of whether, by distancing and framing portions of reality, photography thereby deconstructs itself—typifies a technical formalism that has become widespread of late. Artists […]

Nadiya Nacorda

Nadiya Nacorda Work from Through Venus. “Being a mixed womxn of both Filipinx and Black South African decent, but growing up Black in America, my identity has been a complex subject in my life. My outward perceived value and identity shifts depending on the space I am in, both public and private. I spent much […]

KangHee Kim

KangHee Kim Work from O0ps.