"I did recognise the irreplaceable object and destroyed it and my embattled state of mind with America continues."
Francesca Catastini: Anatomy is Destiny
“This no ladder-like interaction among images possibly triggers many forms of interplay and an autonomous exchange between the work and the viewer”
Cucurrucucu: Considering the Crime
“Perhaps it is a fantasy that one could wield power over the representation of death by its abstracted nature? Is this not a dangerous game to play god over the image of death?”
Star Mangled: Interview with Harlan Levey
"The presentation of politics has become pure entertainment; just another unhealthy consumable good and both candidates got chewed up and swallowed that night, which felt very appropriate and was more therapeutic than I would have imagined."
Allan Sekula, Against the Grain: An Interview with David Campany
"The idea of art and politics co-existing is no more or less deeply problematic than the idea of them being separate. But nobody said it was going to be a picnic."
Interview with Kazuyoshi Usui: Projecting Showa
"These poor cities are nevertheless radiating vivid colours, as if bolstering up daily lives with significant visual appeal. I see their desperation to live, to the point of feeling pains. I find it enormously beautiful."
Victor Cobo Interview: There is No Darkness Without Light
“That’s because the energy from extreme situations provides drama, and drama is a photographer’s gift”
Interview: Arnau Blanch's Opium Induced Twilight
“I’ve been trying to transfer some of the states of altered perception resulting from opium use”
Martin Bollati: The Brutal Form of Obsolete Icons
“The stone, which once was hit to produce an image was now being hit again to produce another one. History cannot be destroyed, but it can be misread”
A Conversation With Salvatore Vitale: Security is Hereditary?
“You’re right in saying that it is an examination of power, because power needs to be examined in order to be structured”