Damon Hunter is a fine art photographer based in Melbourne, Australia. A perfectionist, Hunter has a need for every element within an image to be precise, to find order in chaos.
However, Damon is always the passive observer; never will he add or move anything within the frame, or ask anyone to pose. In his words, “If it’s not real, I don’t shoot it.”2 hearts
The widespread abuse of prisoners is a virtually foolproof indication that politicians are trying to impose a system–whether political, religious or economic–that is rejected by large numbers of the people they are ruling.
Just as ecologists define ecosystems by the presence of certain “indicator species” of plants and birds, torture is an indicator species of a regime that is engaged in a deeply anti-democratic project, even if that regime happens to have come to power through elections.
Triple Moon Records proudly presents the work of Ben Rath, a young avant-garde post-rockin ambient artist located in Great Britain. Multi-instrumentalist and electronic sound sculptor, Ben Rath delivers in this full length release an original, engaging and puzzling serie of dreamily colorful soundscapes.
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Photographer based in Trondheim, Norway. More pictures here.
Shooting both analog and digital, I see my work as a response and reaction to my surroundings. Thematically I aim to have a kind of cultural presence in my photographs. I am fascinated by the contrast between nature and culture, and I seek to always have a representation of this relationship in my projects. I work in series, where each series has a unique concept with sets of rules that I attend to follow.
One of my main subjects of inspiration are places that have seen rapid changes. It may be borderlands where the civilization turns into the wild. Or reflections on the struggle between man and his environment. Often the results end up in a field between traditional documentary and art photography.2 hearts