Looks like trouble stirring.
Harbinger No 1_Somewhere, Utah. Photography by Cole Thompson.
Top down view of your life. Photography by Menno Aden.
Cans. Ikko Narahara
Collage | Jim Kazanjian
These Collages by Jim Kazanjian are all made from pictures found on the internet.
Jim Kazanjian talks about his work;“On the more complex pieces I’ve used more. I generally sample sections from photographs I find interesting and use them as building blocks. I assemble these parts together in Photoshop to create a nonexistent space that mimics a photograph. I do not use a camera at any stage in this process.I’ve focused on photography as a medium because of the cultural misunderstanding that it has a kind of built-in objectivity. This allows me to set up a visual tension within my work, to make it resonate and lure the viewer further inside. My current body of work is inspired in large part by the literature of H.P. Lovecraft and other ‘weird’ fiction writers. I am intrigued with the narrative archetypes they utilize to de-familiarize the familiar. I like to use those devices as a foundation to build upon and generate entry points for my images.”(Jim’s Website: http://www.kazanjian.net/)
Babel Tales, Memory Lane by Peter Funch.
Diving Tower by Marius Rustad.
Vapor Cloud, from Prism Series.
Baobab Tree. Elaine Ling, photographer.