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Douglas Stockdale: Gardening For Ordnance

  Gardening for Ordnance examines how a distant war that occurred 70 years ago can still haunt an American neighborhood. The underlying issue of buried military ordnance is one that affects many similar ex-military and war sites around the world today. This work touches on society, personal anxieties, residual effects of war, aftermath of combat, memory, environmental contamination and government bureaucracy....

Yuri Boyko

Fabrik Projects is pleased to present Transience, an exhibition of new photographic series by Ukrainian-American artist Yuri Boyko.  The exhibition futures new work that further develops the theme of human identity and psyche through representation of short lived events with long lasting after effects. Transience came about as a series eliciting passing moments. Moments in time, moments evoking the senses or our memories. Something that we can’t put a...

Nigel Swinn

THE TEARS OF THINGS Returning to New Zealand after some years away, I was inspired anew by the stories and faces of our indigenous Polynesian people. When Britain colonized New Zealand in the 1800’s the Maori culture and way of life was actively suppressed in favor of their assimilation into a growing English colony. For over a hundred years this loss of...

Douglas Stockdale

Middle Ground/En Medio Tierra   Douglas Stockdale (American) is an artist, educator and mentor, the Editor & founder (2008) of The PhotoBook Journal (TPBJ), consultant to LensCulture and on the faculty of Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP). Stockdale’s artistic projects and books investigate various aspects of memory with an emphasis on the preservation of memory, family and society. He primarily uses the...

E K Waller

displacement/dreamscape This series of photographs entertains the notion of a visual fusion of places.  The images are fantastical ruminations, dreamlike and suggestive.  Composed and photographed in one exposure in camera, they are a relaxed representation of a visual world from a dreamscape of the imagination. Free from strict interpretation and exact replication, the photos become abstract realities without being absolute. This blending of different...

Robert Welkie

Artist Statement We are now in a new epoch, the Anthroposcene, where man's influence on the planet is an important geological consideration. It is an epoch that starts at the time of the nuclear testing of the 1950’s. Humans blanketed the whole planet in a sedimentary layer of radioactivity. Carbon dating will tell if something happened in the Holocene or the...

Brandon Kusher

I like to walk.  I like to walk and wander. I like to walk, wander, watch and wait and wait and wander some more. And then talk. Within the rhythm of everyday life there are boundless number of interesting people, places and moments that are yet to be discovered and I wake up each morning hoping I can discover something new. It is the...

SameSource

SameSource is a photographic artist with over two decades of professional experience recording images. SameSource fine art photography spans both landscape and bodyscape, often exploring human sexuality and its relationship with art. With recent showings from the Musée du Louvre, Paris, France, to Art Basel, Miami Beach, SameSource was recognized in the international Lumiere Awards for 2017. This body of work by...