|Isolde Woudstra, Thumbs; Slayer, 2012|
|Isolde Woudstra,, 2012|
Photographer Isolde Woudstra manages to capture the eerie hyperrealism of daily life
through the medium of photography taking what exists and twisting it
in a way that reveals the peculiarity of human behaviour.
|Zack Dougherty, Blob Phone Booth, 2013|
|Marlo Pascual, Untitled, 2010|
Two Didital C-prints Plexiglas Sintra, 78 x 1.82 x 13 cm
“So the heart be right, it is no matter which way the head lies.” Sir Walter Raleigh
|Marlo Pascual, Untitled, 2011|
Digital C-print, 203 x 152 cm
Marlo Pascual ‘takes’ photographs, they are just not her own. She resurrects pictures, and fragments of pictures, from long forgotten archives. They are blown-up beyond their original formats.
A tiny graduation photo destined for a wallet or an 8x10 glossy publicity still destined for a newspaper.
Torn in half or folded in such a way as to obscure vital information,
then mounted on stiff supports and leant against walls.
|Anouk Lamm Anouk, Mondlammgeburt, 2014, Pen on Paper|