A issue that I contributed to this month and did a short interview. I really love the framework of juxtaposing image and text, there is a such potential there that can lead to unexpected associations and ambiguity. Check out ‘Regardless of Authority’ and submit some stuff! I know you guys make arts dun be shy
Hey I'm not sure if I already write you or not but I love your work. I was wondering if you could possibly make a video on how you do it. :)
Thank you. I am too much of a spaz to feel comfortable making a ‘how to’ video at this point- but possibly in the future. I have done a few interviews where I talk about the ‘how’ and ‘what’- the one with Peripheral Arteries Magazine I think is the most comprehensive
Very honored and excited to be chosen for this exhibition. I hope to get a working link back up for the press release soon. There will be some very thought provoking and beautiful works, eventually to be shared in an online gallery. Science and art are bound through each (of the 27) artists’ unique perspective on the cosmos.
In the meantime,the hall of science’s website is pretty dank. (mostly if you enjoy museums like myself)
please forgive my nerdy excitement. I usually try to play it cool
I love all of your stuff, I've never seen anything like it! Can I ask how you make these pieces?
Thanks so much. Its digital macro photography (close up) and I use a lot of transparent stuff like glass/plastic and other materials with interesting optical qualities. I set up staged experiments (a loose use of the term) and often go into the process with only a vague idea of what may appear, so I’m very much focused on the interaction of my materials and how that alters the outcome, theres also a lot of “OOH what was that?!” when I find a place of interest to photograph. I also collected some other questions and put them into a FAQ section.