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highland park in cypress hills earlier today #brooklyn #queens #eastnewyork #nyc #snowstorm
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Good looking. I'm almost NEVER in Bushwick, but I might have to pass through.
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Uncured

Photographic series by Ben DeHaan uses photographic portraits untreated with UV light, making the photo ink unstable.

http://www.bendehaanphotography.com

“Uncured” explores the expectations of photographic image in a digitally ubiquitous era. A digital photograph is simply ink sprayed on substrates to create an exact replication of a digital file. I’m interested in breaking down the image to its inherent properties to reflect on photography’s role in constructing its significance.
Is our expectation of portraiture to represent the individual?

Gravity, humidity, air, density, viscosity, pressure, light, and time are isolated as variables within the photographic medium, all of which construct the image and contribute to our perception of it. By subverting a digital production method, I am exploring how the photographic subject matter is transformed as control is released and the photograph itself responds to forces in the physical world. By allowing the inks to remain in their fluid, uncured state, these variables begin to shift the subject matter’s role in the image and to create a visual experience beyond exact replication of a file.

#photography   #bendehaan #digitalart #conceptualart #art #visualart  
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Infrared photos of the Congo by Richard Mosse.

“Infra” seeks to shed light on the intractable war in the Democratic Republic of Congo, to present narratives that, Mr. Mosse writes, “urgently need telling but cannot be easily described.” In a brilliant tactic, Mr. Mosse shot these photos using Kodak Aerochrome, a discontinued military aerial-surveillance film. The infrared film is extra sensitive to green and translates the Congolese landscape into torrid pinks, margarita blues and coral-reef fuchsias. Against this surreal backdrop we see the war more clearly: the child soldiers, the maimed, the dead.

http://www.richardmosse.com/

  #photography   #aerochrome   #richardmosse  
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During his travels to Nepal and India, photographer Alexis Pazoumian became interested in the Sadhus—the holy men who choose to live separated from society in order to focus on a life of spiritual meditation and contemplation. In the project, entitled Sadhu Hundred, each subject exudes a peaceful, reflective character that sits in perfect harmony with their colorful garb, long hair and beards, and painted faces.

#sadhu #nepal #india #photography

http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/alexis-pazoumian-sadhu-hundred
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#newyorkcity #sunset taken from #transmitterpark in #greenpoint #brooklyn #nyc (taken on iphone 4s)
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creepy vintage costumes

  #creepy #americana #vintage    #halloween #costumes  
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Thank you for sharing these insightful photographs. I find them whimsically enjoyable although certain some must have seemed frightful.
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The Nakagin Capsule Tower, completed in 1972, was designed by Kisho Kurokawa, the youngest Metabolist architect. The building is composed of two concrete core towers and 140 capsules plugged into the towers.

All of the capsules were prefabricated and designed to be removable and replaceable. Each of the original capsules, about 10 square meters (approx. 107 square feet), contained various amenities, including: a bed, a desk, a refrigerator, a TV, storage spaces, a toilet and a shower. It was planned as a futuristic niche for modern businessmen in Tokyo.

Elegant as an abstract concept, and beautiful in design to other architects, the tower turned out to be almost unbearable to its inhabitants. Tiny apartments, 8 × 12 × 7 ft, they were constantly cramped, and the giant concrete shell was ugly and dehumanizing.

http://www.atlasobscura.com/places/nakagin-capsule-tower

http://www.metalocus.es/content/en/blog/nakagin-capsule-tower-tokyo-1969-72

#architecture #japan #nakagincapsuletower  
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