Posts Tagged: surface

Becky Beasley : ‘Surface Coverings’ (The Feral Works)

The aim, if there is one at all, perhaps better put as a purposeful aimlessness, takes the form of an ongoing and experimental archive of encounters in the guise of photographs of objects, organised out of personal experiences and the pathos and delight of a life.

Becky Beasley : ‘Surface Coverings’ (The Feral Works)

The aim, if there is one at all, perhaps better put as a purposeful aimlessness, takes the form of an ongoing and experimental archive of encounters in the guise of photographs of objects, organised out of personal experiences and the pathos and delight of a life.

Roseanne Lynch : “Document” Series (Photography)

This body of work presents a sustained investigation of light; light that has no material substance and is illusory. This investigation focuses on the immaterial; through it I observe how light molds and moves, light defining the planes, how our reading of a subject can be altered by its interaction with light – sometimes dramatically.

Roseanne Lynch : “Document” Series (Photography)

This body of work presents a sustained investigation of light; light that has no material substance and is illusory. This investigation focuses on the immaterial; through it I observe how light molds and moves, light defining the planes, how our reading of a subject can be altered by its interaction with light – sometimes dramatically.

Barbara Kasten : Studio Constructs (Photographs)

“The process of capturing an image through a camera lens requires “an object.” This body of work addresses the representational value of that object. By photographing a transparent plane, and its shadow, familiar association with life experience is eliminated. The result is a “concrete photographic” abstract image.”[bk]

Barbara Kasten : Studio Constructs (Photographs)

“The process of capturing an image through a camera lens requires “an object.” This body of work addresses the representational value of that object. By photographing a transparent plane, and its shadow, familiar association with life experience is eliminated. The result is a “concrete photographic” abstract image.”[bk]

Lee Friedlander : Photography (Sequence 1)

Friedlander began photographing the American social landscape in 1948. His photographs bring to the surface the juxtapositions of everyday life that comprise our modern world. Beyond the vigorous outward eye he turns to the world around him, Lee is also recognized for his investigation of the self.

Lee Friedlander : Photography (Sequence 1)

Friedlander began photographing the American social landscape in 1948. His photographs bring to the surface the juxtapositions of everyday life that comprise our modern world. Beyond the vigorous outward eye he turns to the world around him, Lee is also recognized for his investigation of the self.

Lee Friedlander : Photography (Sequence 2)

Friedlander often included oblique references to himself by including his own reflection or shadow in the photographs. – “I suspect it’s for one’s self-interest that one looks at one’s surroundings and one’s self. This search is personally borne and is indeed my reason and motive for making photographs.”

Lee Friedlander : Photography (Sequence 2)

Friedlander often included oblique references to himself by including his own reflection or shadow in the photographs. – “I suspect it’s for one’s self-interest that one looks at one’s surroundings and one’s self. This search is personally borne and is indeed my reason and motive for making photographs.”

Jeff Gaydash : Photography Series

Captivated by the chemical process before me I felt an immediate sense of empowerment. I ended up majoring in photography in college and studied the work of master photographers Minor White, Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Weston, Paul Strand and Imogen Cunningham, among others.

Jeff Gaydash : Photography Series

Captivated by the chemical process before me I felt an immediate sense of empowerment. I ended up majoring in photography in college and studied the work of master photographers Minor White, Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Weston, Paul Strand and Imogen Cunningham, among others.

Ishimoto Yasuhiro : ‘Katsura Imperial Villa’ (Photography)

‘I feel that there is a kind of fateful link between Bauhaus and me. I would like to donate fifty-five of my photographs to the Bauhaus Archive Berlin’, said Ishimoto Yasuhiro in a letter to the Bauhaus Archive…

Ishimoto Yasuhiro : ‘Katsura Imperial Villa’ (Photography)

‘I feel that there is a kind of fateful link between Bauhaus and me. I would like to donate fifty-five of my photographs to the Bauhaus Archive Berlin’, said Ishimoto Yasuhiro in a letter to the Bauhaus Archive…

Gillian Lindsay ‘Light Imitating Art’. Photography Series

“In my ‘Light…’ series, I explore creative ways of altering light sources, as well as camera motion to distort subject matter, producing images that look more like sketches or paintings than photographs…”

Gillian Lindsay ‘Light Imitating Art’. Photography Series

“In my ‘Light…’ series, I explore creative ways of altering light sources, as well as camera motion to distort subject matter, producing images that look more like sketches or paintings than photographs…”