5×5 features five photographs from five photographers selected by a guest editor.
FUTUROLOGY noun ˌfyü-chə-ˈrä-lə-jē : the study of what might happen in the future.
Though its original genre is video, the still image is gratifying. Moulton evokes the sequestered new age isolate, like Todd Hayne’s ingenue in the classic, 1995, ‘Safe’, it implicates satirical, future, anxiety over health.
Anxiety of Photography, from the series Metaphotography, Brian Chan, (2013)
Olivia Gilmore is an artist living in New York City. She’s interested in the confluence of art and sciences. She co-curated Lintroller’s first video show, “The Present Tense of Space”, with Robert Hickerson, which showcased the work of national and international video artists, and projected them onto the walls of a loft space. She currently works as an Image Archivist at The Guggenheim Museum.
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[…] Tense of Space.” She also presented us with a delightful 5×5 with the theme of “Futurology“. For her personal work, Olivia has been continuing a project that she had started in […]