Our new artist in residence is Christos Hatzis. He a British Greek national living in Athens. His project revolves around the 50’s / 60’s neo realism of Italian movies. You can see part of his sketchook here.
Guillaume Cortade, from France, will be our next eResident. His work will centre on the beaches of Flanders, a microcosm teeming with visual wonders. It’s a social commentary, a bittersweet but ultimately a highly endearing survey, when everyday people meet the infinity of the sea.
Back in 2014, Pauline Sauveur was one of our artists in eResidence. She put her project “Deviens ce que tu es” in book form and I was honoured to be asked to write the foreword for it. Please support her and grab a copy by visiting the editor’s website (although it’s in French only). Here […]
Our current resident is Darren Withey, student at Birmingham City University (BCU), with a project focused on experimental darkroom techniques. His work was published in issue 603. Have a look at Darren’s sketchbook (27 Mb pdf file). He also created a short movie in avi/xvid format to show how a sample image is created.
Pauline’s work, the intimate documenting of a person undergoing a sex change, was published in issue 602. Here is a digital copy of her sketchbook, showing the conceptual and technical progession of the series. Two versions are available: low resolution (3Mb) for phones and slow connection, or higher resolution (27Mb), for computer transfers.
The work of our January resident, Kirstin Barnes, consists of a 1 inch movie and a digital sketchbook (view it here). You have a choice of format to view this movie: .MOV (40 Mb) or .AVI (divx 17 Mb). If you are seeing this movie on a mobile phone, please make sure that you have […]
Chris Barrett’s project was centred on the vision we have of North Korea. He produced a series of 10 images taken with an iPhone, which were then printed on Impossible Project film. The series, untitled “Icons of rhetoric”, was published in issue 4.3. In addition, Chris produced a video of his sketchbook as well as an animated gif. The […]
We are launching a new initiative today, for all those unfortunate photographers still struggling with rectangular images. You want a change in your life? Learn more about the Square residencies program.