‘Concrete Doesn’t Burn’ by Bertrand Cavalier

Bertrand Cavalier explores the interactions between people and their environment. Exploiting photography’s ability to penetrate the tissue that binds individuals together and embeds them into their surroundings, he creates poetic renditions of singular moments, rather than objective documents of social phenomena. Cavalier’s images reveal how the socio-political order informs everyday life through architecture and the […]

The Missing Eye” by Mattia Parodi & Piergiorgio Sorgetti

Recent studies published by the Cognitive Brain Research have shown, using instruments that measure dream activity, that blind people since birth dream in images. Several hypotheses suggest that these representations are a result of the collaboration between the activity of the visual cortex and the activity of other sensory organs, however it isn’t excluded that […]

‘Like’ by Ryan Debolski

Ryan Debolski is a Detroit-based photographer, who studied photography at Cranbrook Academy of Art. His recent project, ‘Like’, published by Gnomic Book, explores the physical and digital relationships of the migrant workers who build the infrastructure of Oman, a rapidly modernizing country rich in oil and natural gas. What were the key elements to your photographic education? […]

‘After the Fact’ by Tony Fouhse

Tony Fouhse is an Ottawa-based photographer whose work includes elements of anthropology, sociology, portraiture, document and art. Most recently his projects have moved towards photo sequences that stress the narrative aspects of photography. The people, places and things he depicts in this new work are real, in the sense that they existed in front of […]