“And then we begin to dig and dig and dig” Duration is a difficult thing to avoid in photography. You can begin a project without fully realizing how grand its scope can become. You being thinking that you have managed to capture something on an outing only to be confronted with its incessant […]
“This ‘gendering’ includes everything from one’s awareness of their own individual body, to global political and social issues (the feminine pose, the masculine blue colour, the ‘masculinity’ of war)” Mayumi Hosokura’s New Skin begins with a single quote on its inside cover. It is a quote by Donna Haraway, from her 1988 […]
“Safe art is useless to a publisher such as ILP, and just like the work of other ILP artists that goes along with our personal taste – Dennis Cooper and Michael Salerno – this stuff is loaded”
“Cracknell plays with aversion and identity politics while also employing the device of youth and the embattled ideology of innocence that comes with it.”
“If you are a fan of Thai psychedelic music from the 60’s the design of this book alone will be enough for you.”
“Every media has its own effect and fascination” Beni Bischof’s a product of his generation. His artistic output seems to make peace with being raised in the 70s and 80s. There is a consumptive pattern of material use. Absurd images of advertising enabled by an errant hot dog here and there and the drip of […]
Michael Salerno’s book “Childhood” on Infinity Land Press is a slow behemoth of articulated components of what it means to be a young boy grown older.
Standing in front of mirrors, learning to speak alien words by watching our mouths form sounds. The same mirror that is lethal, severing the rest of her body from its mouth. By Brad Feuerhelm, ASX, April 2015 There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it. -Alfred Hitchcock Perusing images with […]