New York-based photographer Patricia Voulgaris introducing her series “Hidden in plain sight”
Taiwanese photographer and graphic designer Sydney Sie creates surreal scenes with pastel colors, simple objects and figures that never reveal their faces. Through soft color gradients, optical illusions and absurd arrangements, she composes a playful narrative.
Photographer Donna Stevens created the series documenting children staring at the TV. She hopes to explore the darker side of our love for technology with these images. Shooting children watching TV represents the co-dependent yet contradictory relationship we all share with technology and the media.
German photographer Rebecca Rütten raises questions about our modern Fast Food culture with her series Contemporary Pieces.
Flemish photographer Sanne De Wilde created portraits of Albinos for her series ‘Snow White.’
She states: “Like photographic material, people with albinism are light sensitive. They are a metaphor, a symbol for stereotypes, they magnify the erroneous idea of human weaknesses and physical fragility but also that of an invincible strength.” (via)
These images by photographer Catherin Colaw are an exploration of sexuality and nakedness, vulnerability and separateness. A women’s identity is sacred and yet it is often stripped down and defined by her bare body. In this series, nudity is no longer about sexuality, but about vulnerability. Each image is a self-portrait and a meditative practice. (via)