Antonio Martinez’s images titled Self-Help & Impractical Demands centers on the anxieties of being a domesticated male of questionable worth. Color is used as an important component in this work, emphasizing the items in modern life that form each subject’s reality.
Patrick Manning’s Dark City series explores urban landscapes at night. The prolonged digital exposure over the course of nightfall tease highly
Sloan Tomlinson's vibrant and chaotic images are created through intense multiple processes not known to most modern-day photographers. A combination of medium format film, extreme exposures, reciprocity failure, cleaners, WD40 and coffee all come together in a perfect storm of unpredictability and beauty.
-Achievement from the Facade Series by Juan Fernandez
At first glance, Juan Fernandez's photographs can seem banal, but with further inspection certain oddities begin to rise to the surface. Fernandez uses varying amounts of digital manipulation and the innate qualities of the photographic process, leaving us with images that both examine choices and perceptions that society uses to create environment.
-Photograph from the Reflections Series by Mieke Zuiderweg
Mieke Zuiderweg's images are teased out of layers of reflections. The photographs appear as if they are altered in Photoshop, but they are not. Medium format film is the vehicle that captures clouds, buildings and mannequins in storefront windows. The negative spacing and overlapping elements with human-like faces leaves the impression of a world where reality is obfuscated and confusing.