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The Shape of DancingThe Shape of Dancing is a creative collaboration between the contemporary ballet dancer, a ceramic artist, namely their shop, and the photographer. This series is the result of a photoshoot made at the rustic interior of a ceramic workshop. Shot outdoors, with no additional gear or lights.— Crina.
Sick and TiredThe brew started forming weeks before any chemicals touched the film. Amanda, the model, came down with a virus the day of the shoot. I was a new mother, sleep deprived and sincerely delirious. It was right after the election, everything felt fucked up.— Nikita Gross.
What They HideCheekh translates to “scream” from Urdu. This series is my, as of an artist, cry to society. Women are often regarded as symbols of beauty and grace. These ideals, however, are intertwined with a horrifying and ugly existence. My works focus on the concurrence of the sacred and the profane.— Mahnoor Nasir Khan.
Shades of SummerI’ve always been interested in the theme of disconnection. At first, it was unconscious and then I noticed I was developing a certain theme in my photographs. Using shadows, pieces of glass, and different textures to convey a sense of something not being complete, unfulfilled.— Bertie Taylor.
Take CareMany sojourn to build better futures for themselves, and above all, their children whom they’ve had to leave behind. Female migration has become increasingly prevalent in Italy. As public welfare struggles to quell the growing need for assistance, women, mainly from Eastern Europe fill that demand.— benedetta.ristori.
Portraits of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Killeen, TexasThe purpose of this project is to explore how the people are protecting themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic in my neighbourhood: Killeen, Texas. I find black and white film particularly effective for focusing the viewer’s attention towards the subject.— Christian K. Lee.
Portraits of a Surf Board ShaperTim Stafford is a surfboard shaper. He designs and builds hand-made decks out of his studio in Widemouth Bay. Located on the north Atlantic coast of Cornwall, the beach and the village are known to offer some of the best waves in the UK and Europe. Within that surfer’s paradise, Tim makes his living by crafting the highly-regarded asymmetrical decks, designed to provide better control in the water by taking advantage of human physiology and liquid dynamics.— rick davy.
Simon Ridell’s Wet Plate CollodionSimon Ridell is a fire, health and safety risk assessor who lives and works in the Scottish Highlands. The man is driven by the spirit of adventure, which in his case means trips and climbs across the local rugged terrain and coastal cliffs. Simon owes his love for the physical escapades to his father.— Dmitri and Si.
N-Po GenerationDigital natives, millennials, or the N-po generation in South Korea aren’t as comfortable with modern gadgetry as one may think. We like old stuff and wistfully wonder about the days before the internet-enabled toasters. Some say we’re pretentious. And we may look the part with our baggy pants, plaid shirts, and film cameras.— Sa-eh Kim.
A Day in a Life of A-Cornwall is the most southerly county in the UK, surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. For those of us who live and work here, it’s a very special place, and for those who visit, they long to live where we do. The county and the surrounding area is very rural.— rick davy.