5×5: Meta Peregrinators by Olivia Gilmore

Photography evolves, and so too does its final form (post-exposure, post-development, or post-upload). Peregrinators (peregrinate: to travel or wander from place to place) have traced photographic history across the globe; no doubt its global reach has perpetuated new mediums, inspired by the photographic practice. Apart from photojournalism or a kind-of colonial traversing, these artists are benign independent travelers of physical and…

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Nico Krijno is stuck between photography and painting

Nico Krijno is a South African photographer who has an affinity for fruit and building sculptures. His technique of flattening three-dimensional subjects touches upon the nature of painting- creating two-dimensional representations of objects. As much as we may hope for photography’s advantage of perfect representation, it finds itself between the two-dimensions of painting and illustration…

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Ryan Oskin's domesti-scapes

At one point in time, Ryan Oskin considered himself what traditionalists would call a “straight’ photographer. Growing increasingly unsatisfied with his work, the Brooklyn artist began considering installation and sculpture as a vehicle for his photographic work. With a touch of humor, his images are a cross section of the natural and artificial invading the…

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