┐ Sara Rahbar └

© Sara Rahbar, Untitled, from the series Love arrived & How red, photography, 2008 © Sara Rahbar, Trapped in Dark Night with Nowhere to Run, I Have Died a Million Times Every Night in this Bed (left) + Kurdistan Flag #5 (right), from the series Flags, mixed media + textiles, 2005-2010 © Sara Rahbar, Solitary…

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┐ Kirsten Hoving └

© Kirsten Hoving, Birth of the star system, from the series Night Wanderers, 2010 © Kirsten Hoving, Music of the Spheres, from the series Night Wanderers, 2010 © Kirsten Hoving, Cassiopeia, from the series Night Wanderers, 2010 “Night Wanderers is a series of photographs envisioning the cosmos. I photograph objects and nineteenth-century photographs frozen in…

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┐ Scott Alario └

© Scott Alario, all Untitled, from the project Our Fable “I’m in the process of building a folk tale for my daughter. It is a paternal inevitability to make up stories for one’s children, and for me, doing so has recently become the passion in my creative practice. There are two photographs I remember from…

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┐ Anne Collier └

© Anne Collier, Questions (Viewpoint), 2011 © Anne Collier, Questions (Evidence), 2011 © Anne Collier, Questions (Connection), 2011 “I only work in the studio and use a large-format plate camera. It’s a very laborious process that allows almost no room for improvisation. Everything has to be perfectly aligned and calibrated. I’m typically photographing things that…

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┐ Lucas Blalock └

© Lucas Blalock, Portrait Study (Nina), 2009 © Lucas Blalock, W.M.t.M.M.B.M, 2010 “I feel that in my own practice I use various strategies to alienate the viewer from the picture but the pictures figure as stand-ins for the world at large.(…) I don’t feel my work is particularly concerned w/ content except in terms of…

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┐ Anne Leighton Massoni └

© Anne Leighton Massoni, Summer’s calling wishful pennies, from the series Holding Nancy © Anne Leighton Massoni, Woman wind woodard warehouse, from the series Holding Hila © Anne Leighton Massoni, My prom sunday promenade, from the series Holding Leighton “I’m interested in combining photographs i’ve made of empty spaces (spaces once inhabited or currently inhabited,…

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┐ Devin Yalkin └

© Devin Yalkin, Untitled, from the series Hades (work in progress) © Devin Yalkin, Untitled, from the series Hades (work in progress) “In HADES Devin Yalkin is not so much photographing people, but rather the way they move in space, individually and collectively. He records the culmination in blurring faces, constantly changing gestures and melting…

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┐ Kathleen Robbins └

© Kathleen Robbins, Untitled, from The Hostess Project “In an effort to further inhabit my grandmother’s memories as a young wife, I began an autobiographical, photographic record of my experiences with her recipe journal. This ongoing project is as much a social experiment as a nostalgic experience. I dress in her clothing, prepare meals based…

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┐ Christina Z. Anderson └

© Christina Z. Anderson, Great Catch, from the series Family of Origin, 2009 © Christina Z. Anderson, Summer Sun, from the series Family of Origin, 2009 “Growing up the youngest in a family of 7 girls and 1 boy was a unique opportunity to be an observer of the social landscape, particularly of the female variety.…

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┐ Aline Smithson └

© Aline Smithson, Untitked, from the series Daughter… © Aline Smithson, Untitked, from the series Daughter… © Aline Smithson, Untitked, from the series Daughter… “Daughter: As a photographer, I explore a variety of subjects, styles and processes, but the one consistent element in my photographic journey has been my daughter, Charlotte. As I continue to…

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┐ S. Gayle Stevens └

© S. Gayle Stevens, Walking, from the series Calligraphy, 2011 © S. Gayle Stevens, Cornucopia, from the series Calligraphy, 2011 Calligraphy: beautiful writing or drawing photography: light drawing taxonomy: the science of the classification of living things Calligraphy consists of a series of wet plate collodion tintype photograms of plant and animal specimens I have…

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┐ John Divola └

© John Divola, The Little Man, 1987-89 © John Divola, Rock Falling Through Water, View From The Bottom Of the Pond Looking Up, 1989 “This body of work is based on some personal observations about photographs. I am fascinated by the concept of the photograph as an impression from, or remnant of, that which it…

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║ Katie Koti ║

© Katie Koti, Tangle, from the series Asunder, 2008-current © Katie Koti, Fall, from the series Asunder, 2008-current “The images in my current project, “asunder”, reflect my continuing exploration of gender and its relationship to sexuality through the means of photography. The landscape works on various levels in my images. I use the landscape to…

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║ Claire Martin ║

© Claire Martin, Untitled, from the series Slab City © Claire Martin, Untitled, from the series Slab City “Slab City has been created by a small but committed community of squatters in the Colorado Desert of South Eastern California, USA. Taking its name from the concrete slabs that remain from an abandoned World War II…

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║ Augusta Wood ║

© Augusta Wood, Sesame Street, from the series I have only what I remember , 1980/ 2008 © Augusta Wood, Planting Geraniums, from the series I have only what I remember , 1987/ 2008 “Augusta Wood explores the persistence of memory, and the ways in which imagery and text can interact to shape meaning of…

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║ Matt Lipps ║

© Matt Lipps, Untitled (hallway), from the Home series, 2008 © Matt Lipps, Untitled (garage wall), from the Home series, 2008 “In his radical reassembly of photographic imagery, Matt Lipps exploits appropriation’s inherent possibilities for generating new relationships and meaning. His recent series Home (2008) depicts contoured cut-outs of Ansel Adams’ pristine, monumental landscapes, affixed…

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║ Tanya Marcuse ║

© Tanya Marcuse, Maximilian Helmet, c.1510, from the series Undergarments & Armor, 2002-2004 © Tanya Marcuse, Corset with Hip Pad, from the series Undergarments & Armor, 2002-2004 © Tanya Marcuse, Maximilian Armor, c.1510, from the series Undergarments & Armor, 2002-2004 “From the bizarre steatopygous forms of Victorian bustles to the haunting facial masks on medieval…

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║ Elad Lassry ║

© Elad Lassry, Burmese Mother, Kittens, 2008 © Elad Lassry, Two wolves, 2008 “Rarely is there enough visual information in a photograph by Elad Lassry to quite tell what is going on in the picture. Thatʼs the reverse of what most photographs intend, dedicated as they typically are to delivering data selectively plucked from the…

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║ Patrick Millard ║

© Patrick Millard, Patience Within the Antechamber, from the series Formatting Gaia (stage ii), 2007 © Patrick Millard, Grounded Merge, from the series Formatting Gaia (stage ii), 2007 “The cycle between human beings and the natural world has been transformed into a new formation that inspires intricate modes of transmitting and receiving information. Through the…

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║ Molly Landreth ║

© Molly Landreth, Untitled, from the series Embodiment: a portrait of queer life in America, 2007 © Molly Landreth, Untitled, from the series Embodiment: a portrait of queer life in America, 2007 “This series of photographs is an archive and a journey through a rapidly changing community and the lives of people who bravely offer…

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║ Katherine Wolkoff ║

© Katherine Wolkoff, Untitled #2, from the series Growth and Despair, 2008 © Katherine Wolkoff, Untitled #1, from the series New Orleans, 2005 “The pictures entitled “Growth and Despair” were made during the last three months in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans. In the three years since Hurricane Katrina, this neighborhood has become…

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║ Sara Rahbar ║

© Sara Rahbar, Flag #15 With these Eyes, fromThe Flag series, 2008 © Sara Rahbar, Untitled #10, from the series You are safe here with me, 2008 “We left our woes behind, with only echoes of our previous lives remaining. Seeking continuation, time and refuge, human beings attempting to survive our selves, our lives, and…

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║ 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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