Cesar Biojo | http://www.cesarbiojo.com
Photographer Abelardo Morell brings that outdoors in Morell installs a lens or prism in a window and transforms an entire room into a camera obscura. The view outside is then projected on the opposing wall upside down through the lens and right side up through the prism. A long-exposure photograph captures the outside world as its projected within the room.
PUSHPIN | http://daigh.com/
Pushpin portraits created by Michigan artist Eric Daigh.
In my work I aim to explore themes of individuality and representation. My subjects are imprisoned, diluted, marginalized. Their escape, however, is imminent. Whether a symptom of corporate and social homogenization, or the four base pairs of DNA, we are products of just a small handful of variables. In five colors of plastic, you can be reproduced.
James Clar | http://www.jamesclar.com/
James Clar’s work is an analysis and observation on the affects of media and technology on our perception of culture, nationality, and identity. His interest is in new technology and production processes, using them as a medium, while analyzing and critiquing their modifying affects on human behavior.
Geographic and national borders are deleted from a map of Earth, leaving only the names of cities and countries. These are then overlayed on top of a high resolution map of Mars, creating a future image of the planet Earth where our current notions of culture and nationality cease to exist.
Cecilia paredes | http://ceciliaparedes.net
“Born in Lima, Peru. Currently lives and works between Philadelphia, PA USA and San José, Costa Rica. Throughout her art career, she has focus on topics such as the links between human beings and the natural world and subjects of a more humanly intimate concern such as relocation, migration and adaptation. Cecilia Paredes explores various artistic disciplines to produce her work. Apart from drawing, she does performances that are registered in photography or what she calls ‘photo performances’ .Cecilia trans-crosses a symbiotic path between Man and Nature and in doing so, she reassures her identity and the essential link of all forms in nature. This is how the artist re-elaborates her work attiring with memory her corporeal existence in a language in which there are no boundaries.”
Claire Falkenberg | http://clairefalkenberg.com
Untitled artworks from Nuclear [heart-land] series, 2000 by Claire Falkenberg
VISUAL DOCUMENTARY | http://visualdocumentary.tumblr.com:
Visual Documentary is blog that posts photos capturing the life and culture. The street photographer is currently based in Hong Kong and uses A Nikormat EL Film Camera and Panasonic GH2 Digital Camera.
Sarah Harvey | http://www.sarahharvey.co.uk
Sarah Harvey was born in London in 1981. She completed her education at Chelsea School of Art and Newcastle University, graduating in 2004. She has a studio at the Bow Arts Trust in East London.
In 2003 Harvey won the Bartlett Travel Scholarship whilst studying at Newcastle University. She subsequently visited Florence and the surrounding areas of Tuscany, and it was during this trip she happened upon a green swimming pool that has inspired much of her work to date.