— Jim Casper
"Under the Surface" captures portraits that are fluid, suspended, reflective, fractured and blurred — easily subject to forces of nature and yet buoyant vessels adrift on a voyage of direct experience — celebrating visible abstraction in everyday life.
Visually poetic contradictions: atmospheres, lightness, weight, crossing the familiar and unfamiliar.
On March 11, 2012, sixteen Afghan civilians were killed by a US Army Sergeant who later pleaded guilty — this World Press Photo Award-winning multimedia tells the story of the surviving victims whose voices, so far, have remained publicly unheard.
Every Saturday in the port of Palermo, you will find cars piled dangerously high with stuff, junk. These photographs (and interview) explore how humble-seeming vehicles are recreating a tradition that goes back thousands of years.