A 3-minute video interview with David Favrod, the top-prize winner of the LensCulture Exposure Awards 2013, during the exhibition at London College of Communication in April 2014. Very interesting story behind the concept for his award-winning work.
See Favrod's full project on LensCulture, too: Hikari
Michael Schmidt's way of looking at things is characterized by extreme lucidity and rigor — his view of bread baskets, cages in fish farms or apple-washing plants has a serial analytical quality.
See the photographs and accompanying artists' statements that won prizes in the 2011 Single Image category.
treats photography as a vehicle for painting, collage and sculpture. He uses the chemicals in his dark-room as a painter uses color, developing the compositions and allowing for processes outside his direct control.
makes X-rays of obsolete technology products that were used — not too long ago — for producing and communicating art. His work poses the philsophical questions of how we change (artistically, culturally, politcally) when our tools change.