║ Carrie Will ║

© Carrie Will, from the series I Am Redundant © Carrie Will, Rikki and Carrie, Fire Island, from the series I Am Redundant “I am redundant, half of a whole, a freak, identical and lucky. The relationship I have with my twin sister is tightly woven, beautifully strange and difficult to explain. This has led…

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║ Manuel Botelho ║

© Manuel Botelho, 93.rç-cmb, from the series Confidential/declassified; ração de combate, 2007-2008 © Manuel Botelho, 93.rç-cmb, from the series Confidential/declassified; emboscada, 2007-2008 “A fictional trend is apparent in every dimension of Manuel Botelho’s work: in painting and drawing, and now in his photography. That trend is more evocative than narrative, more descriptive than illustrative, more…

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║ Katarina Radovic ║

© Katarina Radovic, Untitled #7, from the series Women, 2004/05 © Katarina Radovic, Untitled #17, from the series Women, 2004/05 “In this series of (self-) portraits I am presenting imaginary types of women that I find attractive, according to a somewhat twisted taste. These fictive female characters are parodies of the values imposed by society…

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║ Cornelia Hediger ║

© Cornelia Hediger, Untitled #13, from the series Doppelgänger © Cornelia Hediger, Untitled #16, from the series Doppelgänger “The lush colors and ‘sweet’ dresses might draw the viewer into the image but then when you stand there for a while you might realize that there is something off and not quite right. Personally I’m more…

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║ Aaron Hobson ║

© Aaron Hobson, Far Away, from the series Femme Vérité, 2009 © Aaron Hobson, Subterranean Encounter, from the series Even Darker, 2007 “Where does the image begin for you: the setting, the character, a story you’re trying to build? Definitely the setting. I try to find a location that has interesting natural lighting, stand there…

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║ Inbal Sivan ║

© Inbal Sivan, Baroque, 2003 © Inbal Sivan, Nude, 2007 “Inbal Sivan’s images borrow heavily from traditions in art history, including aspects of the “male gaze.” It entails inactive women looking at some vague point off-camera suggesting that they are not engaged with their audience (or with anything) but rather have appeared, conveniently, to be…

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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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