‘Maybe you can hear me’ is a series of personal reflections on existential questions. I composed multiple photographs to establish visual paths that formed displaced narratives, questions, juxtapositions and more lies. The algebraic numbering on the images is a forceful and assertive element that emphasizes an individual perspective that may or may not have meaning.
— Nik Lee
These fields of color originate in sea and sky and horizon line, imbued with the emotion of raw beautiful nature, turned completely upside down to heighten the magical effect of rare light-soaked moments.
's work blends landscape painting with documentary realism, allowing it to move beyond mere description to something greater. Shibata's photographs show the extent of our creative (and destructive) powers, allowing us to draw our own conclusions about the impact humanity has had on the world.
Unique constructions of mural-size 35mm "contact prints" require each frame of every roll of 35 mm color film to precisely record a tiny segment of the larger whole — and then the artist gets a bit playful.
A photographic survey of DIY shanties temporarily situated on the surface of frozen lakes in Wisconsin during the 10-week ice fishing season each year.