Call for articles & projects: Instinct (Proposals deadline extended to 18.1.2019) Membrana no. 6 seeks to address how and why does the notion of being human revolve around our perception of what it means to be an […]
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What do the abandoned, damaged, pale, wrinkled and decaying photographs really say about Detroit, the symbol of Fordist capitalism and symptom of post-Fordism society, it’s transformation from the city of American dream to the laboratory of neoliberalism?
For centuries, military uniforms had been colourful to differentiate friend from foe on the battlefield, but also as a distinguishing feature towards civil society. With technological progress and the advent of both aviation and improved photography a century ago, camouflage became a necessity.
The tandem Ena rola filma (One Roll of Film), whose members are Aljaž Celarc and Eva Pavlič Seifert, describes itself on their webpage as an independent DIY project from Slovenia with love for new ideas in artistic production and practice. They are self-publishing foto-zines
In 1990s, along with the prominence and popularization of the so-called deadpan aesthetics within the field of contemporary photography, began the “rediscovery” of its pioneers. This distinction came late (more than thirty years later), but undoubtedly belonged to Bernd and Hilla Becher, who devoted their lives to photographing industrial architecture.