something wild coming not from the mind."
— Dmitri Poltavski, a photographer and graphic artist residing in Chita, Russia.
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.
How much visual information do we really need to see a picture and understand it? How do photographs define our memories, and what would happen if the photos started to lose their details?
Aleksandra Vajd documents former border-control areas throughout the EU — architecturally cold and grim places, designed to exert control over people until the fall of the Schengen borders in 2007.