Alone in the Big City

ARTIST STATEMENT These photographs are connected by the pervasive yet concealed juxtaposition that one may feel while lonely in a crowd, no better exemplified than by day-to-day interactions experienced on the street. The use of double-exposure allows me to create intimate relationships between strangers who will never meet despite operating in the same social domain,… More

¢andy

ARTIST STATEMENT ¢andy is an examination of expiration and hoax through mismatched strata and transcribed eavesdroppings. Fabricated with cheap 35mm prints, coagulated paint and a generative practice centered at your public library. Ian Rummell(b. 1985) is an artist from Johnstown, Pennsylvania. More

Nocturnes

ARTIST STATEMENT Photographs taken at night present the viewer with altered settings. The contrast between the cool blues of the naturally darkened landscape punctuated by the varied colours of artificial lighting accentuates the space these places occupy. Industrial sites take on an otherworldly quality, and common places (otherwise overlooked through familiarity) stand out against the… More

Analogue Chicago

ARTIST STATEMENT I started taking photos while on tour with The Sea and Cake in the early 2,000’s. It was a way to make perfect sense of the considerable down time involved with touring, a way to explore visual thinking no matter what truck stop happened to be next. Over the years, I’ve become obsessed… More

Invisible Borders

Norwegian photographer Maren Klemp investigates the realm of mental illness in a series of haunting portraits featured in the Spring 2016 edition of Fogged Clarity. More

Openings

Shanelle Fredrickson photographs the expanses of Alberta and British Columbia. More

Used Cars

Poet and photographer Jay Nebel captures the Portland he grew up knowing in his series, “Used Cars”. More

Chris Friel

Chris Friel’s photographs are a study of the desolate and beautiful. More

Christian Stoll

EPIC The expansive and brilliant photography of Christian Stoll documents the vast scope of urban and commercial expansion and paints a striking picture of humanity. View more of Christian’s work here. Christian Stoll is a freelance photographer with one foot in New York City and one in Düsseldorf, Germany. Stoll’s photography has been a major… More

Anything But Square

“his house belongs to an old man who has only ever left the island once – to go to war. And each time I pass his house on my way home to Edinburgh I think about how much I want to stay. And how one day I just might.” More

White Noise

The self-taught german photographer shows the foggy side of his versatility in this series of haunting photos. More

I Do Haiku You

Pairing haiku with medium format photography, artist Sean Miles Lotman interprets his experience in Asia. More

Harold Ross

In a beautiful series of “light paintings” Harold Ross examines why “the ravages of time can be quite exquisite.” More

Harold Ross

Night Statement: The negative effects of time have often been addressed by artists and writers. However, I’m convinced that beauty isn’t necessarily diminished when something is “past its prime.” Indeed, I feel that effects of the “ravages of time” can be quite exquisite. Photography, by its very nature, is born of and lives in the… More

Excavation, The Dig

Clarissa Olivarez Let us first look for one without expectations. As Carson postulates, Eros may very well be the sweet followed by the bitter. But is that where my depression began? When we met, You took me to the fun house in New Orleans – Standing on the platform at the end of the bridge… More

Jack Radcliffe

A powerful and emotional series documenting the life of his daughter, these intimate photos tell the story of an individual and capture the spirit of a girl becoming a woman. More