Noah Wilson: Our Land

Noah Wilson: Our Land

I've used a flatbed scanner and sunlight as a backlighting source to record both the photographic information and the surface of the negatives. I make several scans of each negative at different times of day, and depending on the quality of the sunlight (diffused or direct), I capture varying interpretations of each negative.
Golnaz Shahmirzadi: Forbidden Beauty

Golnaz Shahmirzadi: Forbidden Beauty

- ....an environment which is abandoned by all the nations that have progressed. A torn platform where no mirrors exist, and even nature forbids beauty. I used the same burka/hijab that is the prescribed dress for the women in Afghanistan. I want to be their representative, and express that my heart goes out to them for support.
Todd Sanchioni: New Developments

Todd Sanchioni: New Developments

Consumerism has arrived. Much like dealing with a natural disaster, Laos has to rebuild... but how will it do so and in what direction will it take? Coming from the U.S. and being saturated in consumerism, I found this "progress" out of place in such a unique and exotic place. Though development is desperately needed in Laos and ...
Free-diving : Interview with Kanoa Zimmerman

Free-diving : Interview with Kanoa Zimmerman

From the breathtaking black and white images of solitary, bold spear fishers and turbulent breaking waves that are common to Kanoa Zimmerman's photography, I'm surprised to find the artist slightly shy to talk about his work.
Madeline Auble: Self-portrait split subject

Madeline Auble: Self-portrait split subject

Each miniature doll is a handcrafted self-portraits placed in a physical setting. They are sketches that represent an authentic account of the perception of my place in society at different junctions of my life. They are witness to and symbol of, the more formative moments in my life. They not only embody my personal testimony but also...
JOSIE PEREZ-RAMONDETTA: LE FEMME

JOSIE PEREZ-RAMONDETTA: LE FEMME

I looked at the project as a retrospect of characters torn from the film stills of John Alton, Alfred Hitchcock, and Federico Fellini. My need to creatively experiment with a lens was also fueled by the work of Gordon Parks, Diane Arbus, and Walker Evans. The series of individual portraits was created from 1995-2000, and I approached it ...