InterviewX-Ray Vision vs. InvisibilityAfter scouring the government’s public Internet databases, artist Noelle Mason transforms surveillance x-rays and satellite imagery into sculptural works that commentate on the lives of undocumented immigrants.Read More
X-Ray Vision vs. Invisibility
After scouring the government’s public Internet databases, artist Noelle Mason transforms surveillance x-rays and satellite imagery into sculptural works that commentate on the lives of undocumented immigrants.
By making staged portraiture informed by psychoanalytic research, photographer Lindley Warren Mickunas creates an alternative visual reference for motherhood.
Just Like You, But Different
Drawn to the gestures and forms in old amateur photographs, photographer Fiona Struengmann highlights their compelling subject matter by chemically altering her collected images. The resulting...
Hiking for months on end through a remote archipelago in Finland, artist Anna Reivilä uses Japanese bonding techniques to create striking land art.
By photographing his family in the hotel he was raised in, this photographer constructs a complex emotional landscape that raises questions about our perception of home.
Fluid Forms: Oliva María Rubio’s Take on Art Photography
Artistic Director Oliva María Rubio offers her thoughts on the shifting landscape of photography and its different forms, where passion and hard work are the only true constants.
Experimenting with Tradition: Publishing Insights From TBW Books
TBW’s founder Paul Schiek and Program Director Lester Rosso discuss the importance of collaboration and maintaining a “punk ethos” in photobook publishing.