Shaping America: Natalie Christensen’s 007

Reading Time: < 1 minute Christensen’s best and newest work examines the forms and colours of the girl new southwest home “Nothing is everlasting or solid, ” produces Natalie Christensen “Energy is always moving and shifting simply out of our awareness. Our…

A new exhibition asks, how do humanity get here? And how may it progress?

Reading Period: 4 minutes The Horizon is Moving Nearer, from Bienal Fotografia do Porto, brings together series from many photographers. Collectively, their work commentates on the critical issues shaping contemporary life and considers how we may solve them The Horizon is Moving…

Maija Tammi questions what it means to become human

Reading Time: 3 minutes Employing an AI robot and a tiny freshwater animal as her topics, Tammi investigates the liminal space between life and death Finnish photographer Maija Tammi is obsessed with mortality. Not her own, necessarily, but the concept of it.…

Yvon Chabrowski’s new exhibition subverts the gallery screen

Reading Time: < 1 minute   With multiple projects displayed, Chabrowski produces a borderline space of video clip and sculpture  For nearly half a century, the particular screen has been the primary technology used when displaying relocating images within the gallery. Television…

In the ongoing project, Bryan Anselm questions America’s relationship along with climate change

Reading Time: 3 minutes First created as a response to the main one dimensional and sensationalist revealing by the US media, the task looks at the long term effects of the particular climate crisis on the life of individuals The start of…

The Ampersand/Photoworks Fellowship winner is certainly announced

Reading Time: < 1 minute Johny Pitts, the recipient of the particular fellowship, will create a new body of work showing on Black Britishness by means of its myriad manifestations over the UK “[The work] may reflect upon Black Britishness – its…

Feminine in Focus x 1854 Presents: Ngadi Smart

Reading Time: < 1 minute With Female in Focus 2021 in its last month for entries, we dive into an 1854 Presents mini-series spotlighting noises of leading women professional photographers and industry figures across the world.   Photographer, designer and illustrator, Ngadi…

Polaroids and NFTs seem not likely companions. For Rhiannon Adam, they’re anything but

Reading Time: 4 minutes Adam talks about experimenting with NFT technologies to capture the magic of Polaroids developing but in the digital realm From the age of seven to 15, Rhiannon Adam lived on the 42-foot sailing boat with her family. Setting…

“My name is Wayne and am is a homeless photographer”

Reading Time: 5 minutes Inzajeano Latif first met Wayne in The fall of 2020. The two have been working together ever since: Wayne, documenting his own life using a Polaroid digital camera, Latif offering photographic mentorship while creating a body associated with…

How is the internet and instantaneous character of media changing the particular photography industry? Gem Fletcher investigates.

Reading Time: 8 minutes With insight from Omar Kholeif, Charlotte now Cotton and Charlie Engman, the implications of the changing nature and speed of image-making and sharing are considered. The great potential of photography is the ability to shape-shift. To reveal, mirror…