Tag: joe mcmurray

Shoot the Breeze: Camille Rouzaud

Camille Rouzaud’s photographs are visceral, rough, intimate, and voyeuristic. Her vision tends to focus on the exuberance of youth, though it is tempered by a kind of remote detachment, articulated in high-contrast color and what often looks like digital grain. Rouzaud’s work is like a…

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Firenze Lai

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 15 Firenze Lai’s work looks like what idiots call fin de siècle, which means 100 years old, from when art thought that it could accomplish important things, which we now know is not true, but nonetheless a quaint thought. Actually, that’s not…

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Shoot the Breeze: Chris Wright Evans

The proliferation of photography via technology anticipates a world in which everything is documented. Put another way: everything is waiting to be photographed. Until something is rendered through and upon the medium of photography it arguably doesn’t exist, since the photograph is an essential standard…

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Keith Rankin

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 14 WORDS BY JOE MCMURRAY Foodman Cover I appreciate the work of Keith Rankin (and by association the music from Orange Milk music) for the obvious ability it indicates, but also for its engagement with current trends: matte surfaces; squiggles; goop; iPods;…

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