Opal Benhanoh, Hunter McNeil, Deion Squires-Rouse, Sarah Sheppard, Rennie Taylor, Angel Fonseca
I Crave Silence, I Crave Company
Nostalgia seems to serve a dual purpose: allowing us to fondly reflect, while also distorting our perception of the present moment. Photography, perhaps more than any other medium, is poignant in this respect. This exhibition explores natural deterioration, and the futile desire to revive something that no longer exists.
Christina Oyawale, Freida Wang, Lucas Anaya, Jordi Nackan, Awa Dembele-Yeno, Milana Ilincic
I Felt My Life With Both Hands
Especially in the midst of this sudden and drastic shift to digital media, the object-hood of photography is constantly being reassessed. In relation to these works, applying the descriptive title of "a photograph" is only one aspect of a multi layered image.
Ryan Venedam, Renee Foy, Morgan Gerard, Victor Rusu, Jian Von Earl M. Esmane, Tyler Da Silva
To This World I Do Not Give Myself
Sometimes isolation is both physical and emotional. These images seem to focus on moments of pause, invoking sensations of visible calm and internal anxiety.
Sarah Bauman, Anne-Marie Cloutier, Eka Jeladze, Kayla Ward, Owen Zilles, Abby Kolody, Heyang Qiu
Why Does It Feel So Good To Run?
These photographs capture a kind of romantic familiarity associated with spaces and moments that seem plucked from the past.
John Delante, Ammar Bowaihl, Caeden Wigston, Peyton Mott, Jocelyn Abygail De Leon
You Shouldn't Over Water
Performing for the camera is as old as the camera itself. Here we observe the continuation of this tradition, manifested by emerging artists photographing friends, family, and strangers.