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…

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…

Ira Lupu captures the Ukrainian cam girls navigating ‘the virtual gaze’

Reading Period: 2 minutes Lupu’s ethereal images straddle fantasy plus reality, capturing the liminality of an increasingly online world When Ira Lupu began photographing Ukranian webcam models – “my girls, ” as the girl calls them – the girl hoped to confront…

Swiss architect Philippe Rahm discovers an universality of humankind through infrared imaging

Reading Time: 3 moments A series of thermal portraits associated with friends and acquaintances catch a commonality in an entire world plunged into a pandemic Once the Swiss architect, Philippe Rahm, first used a thermographic camera during a project for an ecological,…