5×5: “Internet Conspiracy Theories” by Marisa Gertz

Marisa Gertz is a photographer and gif-smith, one third of Gifriends. 5×5 features five photographs from five photographers selected by a guest editor. There’s this thing that happens when people on the internet gather to try to solve a mystery, real or invented — like finding the Boston bomber using surveillance video or trying to prove that…

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Tyler Lumm's maniacal anxieties.

Tyler Lumm is an artist and photographer struggling in Chicago. Awkward and erotically charged – Lumm’s photographs often include elements of still life and the internet culture.The images featured here are taken from numerous series within Lumm’s body of work. Lumm blends his wants and haves in the construct of his photographs. Combining reality and…

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GIFRIENDS Curates NET 07 for Oranbeg Press

Dear Internet – Together with the rest of the great GIFRIENDS bunch – I am curating the next set of online exhibitions organized by Oranbeg Press. The call will be published as a PDF, that will be distributed everywhere throughout the world, in addition to be sequenced and displayed on Oranbeg Press‘s website. Each NET…

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Daniel Blight and the c-word

Daniel Blight, London-based photographer, curator, and editor of The Photographer’s Gallery, penned an article for The Guardian questioning the meaning and usage of the term “curator.” He not only inquires about the role of the curator in the institution and on the internet, but how historical and cultural value is determined through curating. “Knowledge is…

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