Kirsten Hixson

by Dilys Ng “We Used To Be” is Kirsten Hixson’s haunting beauty. With photographs of vastness and dead ends, Hixson uses desolate places as a passage to link her past and present to trigger her narratives. Growing up in the mountains of Tennessee and away from (seemingly) mainstream commercialism, Hixson borrows her surrounding landscape to…

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Andrew Williams: Drought

Andrew Williams has been previously featured here in Lintroller. A driven, prolific documentary photographer – Andrew has recently completed a series on the Drought plaguing different regions within the United States: Drought is one of the costliest of climate hazards and has impacted the United States on many occasions, including currently in California. Extensive research…

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Emily Franklin: Disclosure

This collection of images, entitled “Disclosure,” examines the continual wave of experience that contributes to the development of identity.  The moments that constitute our life experience are not as ephemeral as we tend to believe.  We relive these moments over and over, altering the details over time, filling in the gaps with the understanding gained…

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Bryan Steiff: Wind Project

Wind is a photographic project that examines and documents the burgeoning infrastructure for producing wind energy in the United States. A dramatic surge in construction of massive wind farms, small commercial applications, and emerging residential use of energy generating wind turbines, is creating changes in the landscape in profound ways. Whether viewing the high-density installations…

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MOSSLESS Magazine Issue 3 Kickstarter Campaign

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1055996590/mossless-issue-three-the-united-states-2003-2013/widget/video.html Here over at LINTROLLER, we love MOSSLESS, ever since it was a strictly online project. Romke (and Grace) — have gone far in their contribution to the culture of contemporary photography. MOSSLESS is planning to take a huge leap in their latest issue, and they need your help to get there. We are very…

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