For his new series, “16:9,” Chris Komater has produced a body of very low-resolution photographs,…
Jennifer Georgescu’s Mother Series communicates how the artist grapples with the loss of sense of self as she grows into motherhood, and the complicated relationship to her own mortality. In her own words, Georgescu says, “Motherhood is precious and raw; wonderful and dark.”
Kelli Connell’s work investigates sexuality, gender, identity and photographer / sitter relationships. In this multi-year project, Double Life, the Chicago-based artist opens up new dialogues about women and aging.
he result captures the last years of her parents in their house —her childhood home– where they had lived for almost 40 years before having to move due to her mother’s battle with dementia.
The women’s stories, in conjunction with the portraits, help us better understand their double-bind.
The sites I choose to visit, and photograph are literal and metaphorical vanishing points.
The series features images that reference photography itself, investigating the physicality of the medium and its limited ability to preserve what is fleeting.
Acting as both subject and producer, Gutierrez explores the multiplicity and complexity of identity in a series of pop-influenced narrative scenes.
The images she chooses are drawn from web searches, text messages, social media content, and personal pictures, raising questions about authenticity and exploring the difficulty and lack of desire to distinguish between reality and fiction.
Christine’s works are created by drawing and painting on layered mylar to produce a composite image that functions as a photographic negative.