║ Andres Marroquin ║

© Andres Marroquin, Untitled, from the series Conditions   © Andres Marroquin, Untitled, from the series Conditions “After several attempts I finally found a small room on the first floor of an ex-squat located in Samariterstrasse. (…) Within this series I wanted to raise questions about social norms and cultural behaviour. My intention was to…

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║ Lucas Foglia ║

© Lucas Foglia, Rita Taking the Gun, Tennessee, 2008, from the series Re-Wilding © Lucas Foglia, Poisoned Bear, Virginia, 2008, from the series Re-Wilding “I grew up with my extended family on a farm in suburban Long Island. Influenced by the back-to-the-land movement of the 1960’s, my parents maintained an agricultural lifestyle as malls and…

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║ Patrick Shanahan ║

© Patrick Shanahan, from the series Personal Geography   © Patrick Shanahan, from the series Personal Geography “Place, inhabitants, past, present, elements of time and space, cliched but accurate, are the constituents of both the geography and the history that Patrick Shanahan’s photographs represent. Not that there are many signs to guide the viewer towards…

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║ Sarah Sudhoff ║

© Sarah Sudhoff, Clean 2, from the series Repository © Sarah Sudhoff, Fallopian Tube, from the series Repository © Sarah Sudhoff, Exploratory Surgery, from the series Repository “I examine the body within a medical context by exploring through photography, video and performance four main themes: pathological waste; containment of the body and its parts; fragmentation…

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║ David Blackmore ║

© David Blackmore, Reception Area, The metropolitan Children’s Court, Dublin, Eire     © David Blackmore, Holding Cells, Rathfarnham Garda Station, Dublin, Eire “I was working on ‘Detox’ from 2003-2005. I was initially attracted to the vividness of the blue lighting without really knowing why the light was used. Through research I found that the…

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║ Stuart Whipps ║

© Stuart Whipps, Untitled, from the series Rea   © Stuart Whipps, Untitled, from the series Rea Though culverted and coerced, the Rea flows 14 miles through the historical foundation of Birmingham, as a constant motif against the shifting relationships and identities of the city and its people. The images explore the relationships and dialogues…

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║ Richard Renaldi ║

© Richard Renaldi, Tony, 2005, from the series Long Term Survivors © Richard Renaldi, Mark, 2005, from the series Long Term Survivors “I was diagnosed as HIV positive in October 1996. My immediate reaction was to be afraid and scared. I thought that perhaps I would not live through the turn of a new century.However…

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║ Will Steacy ║

© Will Steacy, Edward, South Boston, 2007, from the series The Lament of Orpheus © Will Steacy, Locker Room, San Antonio 2008, from the series The Lament of Orpheus”   “The boxing gym is one of the most spiritual places I have ever encountered. It’s a place where heaven and hell converge, where man dances…

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║ Lucinda Devlin ║

© Lucinda Devlin, Electric Chair, Indiana State Prison, Michigan, Indiana, 1991 from the series The Omega Suites © Lucinda Devlin, Witness Room, Petosi Correctional Center, Petosi, Missouri, 1991 from the series The Omega Suites © Lucinda Devlin, Lethal Injection Chamber, Territorial Correctional Facility, Canon City, Colorado, 1991 from the series The Omega Suites   “I…

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║ Erik Niedling ║

© Erik Niedling, Untitled #09, from the series Status, 2005   © Erik Niedling, Untitled #05, from the series Status, 2005 “Time of change. Germany, right in the middle. Everything seems new. And what a historic district! Only in one place things remain unaffected – as is generally known, a central location does not impair…

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║ Alec Soth ║

© Alec Soth, Fishermen, Wickliffe, Kentucky, 2002 from the series Sleeping by The Mississippi   © Alec Soth, Green Island, Iowa, 2002 from the series Sleeping by The Mississippi “Alec Soth’s series of color prints explores one of the underlying geographic and identity assumptions that has shaped the American experience. He does so in a…

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║ Jessica Dimmock ║

© Jessica Dimmock, from the series The Ninth Floor   © Jessica Dimmock, from the series The Ninth Floor   © Jessica Dimmock, from the series The Ninth Floor   © Jessica Dimmock, from the series The Ninth Floor   “Teetering between photojournalism and personal document (or Eugene Richards and Larry Clark), Dimmock’s color photographs…

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