Light usually signifies good things, like prosperity and knowledge. But not in Christina Seely’s images. These photos of the “brightest cities on Earth” will make you think twice the next time you flip a light switch.
Photographer Nigel Poor operates on the principle that the smallest, seemingly most mundane items are the very things that reveal the most about how we live and what we value.
Mark Emerson’s illusionism isn’t about pictorial space as much as it is about color-induced, geometrically assisted monkey wrenching of the human optic nerve.
At the heart of documentary photography lies an epistemological conundrum: What do we know and how do we know it?
Buelteman employs camera-less form of image making that relies on the application of high voltages to subjects on light-sensitive media.