Adam Birkan : Order

Adam Birkan is a photographer who works mostly in Southeast Asia. Currently based in Bangkok, Birkan is a graduate of School of Visual Communication at Ohio University.  A work in progress, “Order” is a way for Birkan to reclaim a sense of structure and silence within a foreign city that is brimming with relentless chaos.…

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Atsushi Momoi: score (#scene1 / Tokyo)

Atsushi Momoi, born in 1979, is a Tokyo based Japanese photographer. The relationship between the individual and its environments. Momoi’s work, albeit architectural in nature – emphasizes on visualizing a more emotional life to the urban landscapes he captures. The first body of work to be featured in our Consumption release, Momoi’s score (#scene1 / Tokyo) is a playful and…

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Eli Durst: Space 847

Eli Durst received a B.A. from Wesleyan University in Photography and American Studies. The mingling of Durst’s interest are clear in his work, as Durst approaches photography with an anthropological edge. Durst’s “Space 847″ acts as an exploration and documentation of the fading cineplex culture in suburban America. All of the photographs from the series…

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Yorgos Efthymiadis: This Must Be the Place

Yorgos Efthymiadis is a Greek photographer based in Somerville, MA. Efthymiadis utilized photography as a way to submerge himself in a new culture, after moving to the United States. His series “This Must Be the Place” expands on Efthymiadis’s interest in architecture photography, with a personal twist.  Quirky, colourful and mysterious, Efthymiadis describes a place and its people…

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Abednego Trianto's "Sugar Lord Java"

Abednego Trianto is an Indonesian photographer who spends his time between Singapore and Jakarta. His previous series, “Miniatures” and “Is Never What I Wish To See” were precious still-life that teeter the boundaries of beauty and anxiety. In his recent work, “Sugar Lord Java” Trianto traces the history of Indonesia’s colonial history. Combining collages of…

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