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Rachel Quirk – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do.  My photo transfer work is about the complexity of stillness. When I think about what it means to be still and just be in your surroundings, there can be an uneasy feeling or conversely … Continue reading

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Megan Berner – Reno, Nevada

Briefly describe the work you do.  In my work, I explore the ways we interact with our environment—how we form relationships with it and how those connections influence our interpretation of the world around us—what marks we leave behind, the … Continue reading

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Deedra Baker – Denton, Texas

Briefly describe the work you do.  I have always been interested in femininity and identity. Those themes have now started to branch out into female lineage and the family archive through the interconnection of three generations of women in my … Continue reading

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Stefanie Herr – Barcelona, Spain

Briefly describe the work you do. Blurring the lines between photography and sculpture, my work can be best described as photographic relief sculpture. With a special focus on geography, it addresses the way we relate and respond to the natural … Continue reading

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Dan Gemkow – Surry Hills, NSW, Australia

Briefly describe the work you do. As a photographer, I look for places and subjects that describe the relationship between the built environment and the human experience. The landscape that we construct has a strong influence on our lives. It … Continue reading

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Karen Hochman Brown – Altadena, California

Briefly describe the work you do.  Each piece starts with a single photograph that I manipulate on the computer in many ways before I am satisfied with the finished artwork. I import the base image into a modular graphics-synthesizer program … Continue reading

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Laureline Tilkin-Franssens – Leuven, Vlaams-Brabant, Belgium

Briefly describe the work you do I am very much interested in the limits between the photographic image and the moving image. How can you make a photograph cinematographic and the other way around? So, my practice is somewhere in … Continue reading

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