Ke Peng

Ke Peng is a photographer who is based in Providence, Rhode Island. [Ke Peng] is interested in the relationships between animals and human beings, and how much has been forced on and taken from animals by people. Human beings keep projecting themselves on to animals, the deducted and simplified versions of themselves, who are a…

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Jason Vaughn: hide

“hide is a project that began as a commentary on Wisconsin’s hunting tradition, using deer stands as a metaphor for the changing values of the sport. When my sudden cancer diagnosis interrupted the project, hide took on a much deeper, more personal meaning. I was inspired on my drives through Wisconsin by deer stands, and…

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Living the Parklife with Sean Carroll

Sean Carroll has traveled to a number federal and state parks, forests, and destinations throughout the United States where the public “meets” the wilderness. Using his father’s tatered road Atlas as a reference, his journey of documenting vacationing Americans touches upon more than the desire to touch nature, but highlights the conveniences and amenities that…

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Estelle Srivijittakar: Vernacular Songs

Estelle Srivijittakar is a photographer with a diverse cultural background. Born in Los Angeles, California, Srivijittakar has traveled extensively across the states to study local ecologies, histories, and communities. Her photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally. Srivijittakar has recently moved back to the US from Thailand after partnering with NGOs as a researcher and documentarian. Srivijittakar has…

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Jonas Jungblut: King Monkey and the Infinite Sunshine

Jonas Jungblut has always been interested in balance, whether it is in his two dimensional work, or three dimensional contraptions. An array of travel photographs depicting various locales and its visitors make up his series, “King Monkey and the Infinite Sunshine.” Jungblut maintains his fascination with balance with restrained compositions juxtaposing the way nature and…

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