"The facades of shops, the techno-utopias of the call centers or mobile phone sales point bleed into boarded-up strip mall windows and the implications of a plastic and temporary commercial culture begin to appear"(BF).
John Myers: Looking at the Overlooked Interview
"However hard I tried to ‘illustrate’ an aspect of the urban environment, to unmask and present how this sleepy, suburban environment ‘functioned’ and fitted together somehow it always failed".
Death Mort Tod: A European Book of the Dead
"Europe is...people. Its challenge is the bane of enlightenment that various historiographies lament upon its misshapen mass with its fluid borders, its guilt and its appropriated columns of toppled regimes"
Jem Southam Interview: The Pastoral Moth
"The premise and nature of each work, and its eventual architecture, develop as the work is progressing, and again I am led in this by my relationship with the particular site”.
One Wall a Web: An Interview with Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa
"I think I was working in places like those for quite a while before I knew why I was working in them. I don’t have a car or a driver’s license, so I navigated Virginia on my bicycle or on foot the majority of the time."
Dawoud Bey: The Conversation
"Bey’s subjects don’t pose for the picture—they inhabit it."
Space, Furrowed with Abysses: Michael Ashkin’s Horizont
“The modern city engenders various pathologies, among them agoraphobia and claustrophobia – the one an intense anxiety felt in open spaces, the other, a panic brought about by confinement. Horizont channels both of these aberrations.”
In The Heat: Interview with Arturo Soto
"First, when everything seems unique, and there is an unbridled desire to know, see and discover. It’s important to take advantage of this initial energy, before routine sets in and the eagerness to notice things decreases."
Ed Panar: In the Vicinity of Natural Rituals
“The photograph, its two-dimensional plane and its insistence to be read almost always at a fraction of scale conflate the notion of environment and atmosphere”.
Nicolas Polli: Ferox Archives Disputes and Dis-Belief
The direct insinuation amongst governing bodies and current legislature on the grounds of A-historical material suggests that further research and finding will conclude the veracity of forged or re-purposed documentary tracts sold to the public at large as misinformation.