┐ Tereza Zelenkova └

© Tereza Zelenkova, Cadaver, from the series Night is also a sun, 2011 © Tereza Zelenkova, Black sun, from the series Night is also a sun, 2011 Tereza’s site and blog Truth is I didn’t find any statement worthy of accompanying these images (this series). In any case there are a couple of interviews with…

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┐ Kyle Zeto └

© Kyle Zeto, The Residents Keep It All, from the series Folk Logic, 2010 © Kyle Zeto, The Residents Keep It All (2), from the series Folk Logic, 2010 “Human imagination and nature intersect at many junctions throughout cultural history. From William Blake to Bliss Carman and Henry Thoreau, the ephemeral collection of biological systems…

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┐ Fan Chon Hoo └

© Fan Chon Hoo, Article # 7, Gravy Pot, from the series The blue and white collection, 2010 © Fan Chon Hoo, Article # 10, Bath, from the series The blue and white collection, 2010 “This work responds to the Willow Pattern invented by English craftsmen in the late eighteenth century. I am interested in…

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┐ Elisa Noguera Lopez └

© Elisa Noguera Lopez, Untitled, from the series Perhaps finally alone © Elisa Noguera Lopez, Untitled, from the series Perhaps finally alone © Elisa Noguera Lopez, Untitled, from the series Perhaps finally alone “I use photography because of it exasperating insistence on reproducing whatever is left in front of the camera. By making every mistake…

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┐ Olivia Hicks └

© Olivia Hicks © Olivia Hicks “Using architectural theory as point of departure, my work explores the permeabilities between the body, complex emotional states and architectural spaces. I am interested in the sculptural idea of the room as a container or vessel, which objects and emotions can pour in and out of, and drain, leak…

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┐ Nigel Grimmer └

© Nigel Grimmer, Julie, Golders Green,, from the series Roadkill Family Album, 2001 © Nigel Grimmer, Eric, Big Bend, from the series Roadkill Family Album, 2010 “Nigel Grimmer takes the conventions of family album snap photography and gives them a weird twist that is at times amusing and at others faintly unnerving. Here the self-conscious…

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┐ Louise Blamire └

© Louise Blamire, Duck, from the series declaration of dominance © Louise Blamire, Tern, from the series declaration of dominance © Louise Blamire, Mole, from the series declaration of dominance Louise’s home is here And a site about contemporary photography in Scotland worth having a look

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┐ Kurt Tong └

© Kurt Tong, Untitled, from the series People’s Park © Kurt Tong, Untitled, from the series People’s Park © Kurt Tong, Untitled, from the series People’s Park “Last year I was helping my mother sort out all the family photographs. Apart from the customary family portraits in front of the same Christmas trees and behind…

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┐ Tim Roda └

© Tim Roda, Untitled #24, 2004 © Tim Roda, Untitled #138, 2007 “I started using photography, not for the love of the technical aspects of the medium, but because of its properties, both abstract and physical. It is the only medium I can use to best depict my vision of life, art and time. Although…

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┐ Brendan George Ko └

© Brendan George Ko, Ablution, from the series The Barking Wall, 2010-11 © Brendan George Ko, Tomb, from the series The Barking Wall, 2010-11 I remember as a kid I used to cover my face with my hands, and peek at the world through my fingers. I could see the world, but the world couldn’t…

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┐ Alastair Whitton └

© Alastair Whitton, Untitled #6, from the series Patmos and the War at Sea, 2009 © Alastair Whitton, Untitled #10, from the series Patmos and the War at Sea, 2009 © Alastair Whitton, Untitled #37, from the series Patmos and the War at Sea, 2009 “So, on the left hand side we have this multi-layered…

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┐ Sachiko Abe └

© Liverpool Biennial, 2010 “For around 10 hours a day, Sachiko Abe sits on a white mattress on the floor behind long, gauze curtains cutting paper. Curls of paper as thin as wires hang from the ceiling and billow in piles on the ground; it is like an ice palace. Sachiko, a postgraduate at the…

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┐ Alex Kisilevich #2 └

I published one of Alex’s photographs from a work in collaboration with Lindsay Page more than a year ago but I ran into his work again and though his process is worth a little more attention than the one given before, so here’s Alex comeback. © Alex Kisilevich, Salesman, 2009 © Alex Kisilevich, Stick-Figure, 2011…

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┐ Marisa Portolese └

© Marisa Portolese, Maya, from the series Imagined Paradise © Marisa Portolese, Celia, from the series Imagined Paradise “The Imagined Paradise series is about having an aesthetic experience that is surreal and attainable only through flight of the imagination. The images present the viewer with two distinct universes, the real and imagined. The subjects are…

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┐ Meryl McMaster └

© Meryl McMaster, Sentience, from the series In-between worlds, 2010 © Meryl McMaster, Viage, from the series In-between worlds, 2010 “In-Between Worlds explores the mixing and transforming of my bi-cultural identities – Aboriginal and Euro-Canadian – and addresses the idea of liminality; of being betwixt and between cultural identities and histories. The series presents a…

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┐ Simone Donati └

© Simone Donati, Angela, Angelo and their 3 daughters having breakfast in the kitchen-living room made from an old stall. This is a temporary place before their new house will be ready, from the project Valley of Angels © Simone Donati, The three sisters, Hybla, Lua and Siria, outside the new house, from the project…

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┐ Sylvie Bonnot └

© Sylvie Bonnot, Untitled, from the project Corps du Dessin, 2010 © Sylvie Bonnot, Untitled, from the project Corps du Dessin, 2010 “Je me pose la question du toucher et de l’empreinte. Mes Dessins de Papier sont mes pierres et mes icebergs ; les photographier c’est vivre un autre contact physique avec les lieux et…

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┐ Anna Brennan └

© Anna Brennan, Untitled, from the project A Framework, ongoing © Anna Brennan, Untitled, from the project A Framework, ongoing “My images explore the idea of a social fabrication. I’m interested in how society seems to have become a cultural construction; how we are each somehow modelled into ourselves, entirely influenced by unseen precepts as…

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