All posts by Dana Stirling

What We’ve Read! – May Edition

Sam Hutchinson, Two Thousand and Nineteen *84, 2019 ‘Two Thousand and Nineteen *84’ is both satirical and cathartic, a submission to the surreal and a reimagining of ‘the best of a…

In Conversation: Stiya

Cole Barash (b.1987) is a visual artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Working in the mediums of digital, analog, and archival photography, Barash often focuses on the conversation of color and…

Jinhyun Cha

Jinhyun Cha is an artist working in documentary photography that explores Korea’s modern and contemporary history and the identity of the division of Korea between South and North Korea. His…

In Conversation: Rocio Graham

Rocio Graham is a photographer currently based in Calgary. Born in Mexico, she emigrated to Canada in 2002, studying art at Emily Carr University and the Alberta College of Art…

WHAT WE’VE FOUND: PARANORMAL ACTIVITY

This month we asked you to dig in your [X]files and come up with images that are beyond our realm of time, space and nature all while using your camera…

In Conversation: Tabitha Soren

People swipe their digital devices hundreds of times a day, leaving behind trails of smudges and streaks on their screens. A new exhibition of photographs by former MTV journalist Tabitha…

What We’ve Found : Paranormal Activity

Let us introduce the next theme for our curated web post on Aint–Bad – What We’ve Found. So, what’s the next theme? Paranormal Activity.  For our next themed web exhibition on Aint–Bad we will…

What We’ve Read! – March Edition

We are back with more books. yay! Did you miss us? This month we have 4 books that all have a crafted approach to them. Thees books show us that…

Jack Orton

Jack Orton is a photographer originally from the town of Northampton, England. Jack Studied Commercial Photography at the Arts University Bournemouth in Southern England. He is currently based in London,…

Patrick Owens

Patrick Owens was born in Gastonia, NC and raised in Taylors, SC. He received his Associate in Arts degree with an emphasis in Photography from Greenville Technical College in Greenville,…

Justin Fiset

Justin Fiset (b. Edmonton, Canada) is an artist based in Los Angeles,CA. His work is primarily concerned with the narrative capacities of inhabited spaces. With his photography he attempts to…

What We’ve Read! – January Edition

After a short holiday cheer break we are back and better than ever with more great publications that are here to spark your curiosity, imagination and motivation. If you are…

Interview: DE | MARCATION A Survey of Contemporary Photography in Utah

DE | MARCATION is a limited edition portfolio curated by Amy Jorgensen and Edward Bateman, and was originally conceived by Jorgensen to support the unique vision of artists in the…

Cindy Stokes

Spending countless hours studying cells under the microscope during graduate school initiated Cindy Stokes’ interest in the seen world.  Using photography then as a means of recording information, over time…

Katie Kalkstein

Katie Kalkstein explores the relationship between people, landscape, and the changing environment with its inherent mysteries and dualities. She is represented by Anzenberger Gallery, Vienna, Austria and Walker Fine Art,…