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Internet/Sex: Noah Kalina’s new photography series

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By Sarah Flora in New Photography on Tuesday 10 September 2013

Noah Kalina isn’t just the man who brought you a self-portrait everyday for over ten years. He also takes photographs of other people. His new series, Internet/Sex, juxtaposes lonely computers with time-lapse photos of couples having sex. The photographs of the computers seem more lewd than the sex ones because of the extreme loneliness that […]

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Vomiting, wiener dogs, and magicians: Illustrations by Julian Glander

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By Sarah Flora in New Illustration on Tuesday 10 September 2013

Julian Glander’s illustrations and animations jump off his website at you in a frenzy of movement and joy. His website is almost as creative as his actual animations; every link takes you further into the rabbit hole of vomiting, wiener dogs, and magicians. It’s nice to see an artist not taking illustration too seriously and […]

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Artist hand embroiders family trees based on TV celebrities who are part of a famous family

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By Sarah Flora in New Art on Tuesday 10 September 2013

Amanda Tiller’s work is obsessed with documenting her own memory. In her Genogram series, she hand embroiders family trees based on TV celebrities that are a part of a famous family and only includes the family members from the show and from real life she remembers without reference. The genogram only ends when she can’t […]

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Victorian-era themed photography by Laura Makabrasku

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By Sarah Flora in New Photography on Tuesday 10 September 2013

Laura Makabresku’s photos scream of the Victorian era with the proliferation of lace and beautiful yet sad girls. There is an overarching theme of the girls being trapped, restrained, or hurt. The soft lighting of the photographs mask the horror that the photographs portray and softens the harsh subjects, making the photographs viewable and even […]

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Erica Peter’s videos look more like photographs

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By Sarah Flora in Video on Wednesday 10 July 2013

Erica Peter’s videos are so reminiscent of a photograph that, when the subject moves, it takes you utterly by surprise. By speeding up and slowing down the videos, she gives us two different feelings within one piece: the anxiety of time moving so fast it’s leaving us behind and the feeling of being frozen in […]

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