In the 1970s, Canadian photographer Peter Sramek shot a series of black and white street photographs in Boston and Toronto. Among other things the photographs capture a sense of preening masculinity on display.
Daniel Kukla’s artistic practice explores the fragile and fraught relationship that humans have with the natural world. He works in photography, video and installation to generate new questions about ecology and human nature. His unorthodox approach to the medium of photography enables him to create visual metaphors that allude to complex ecological, historical or social processes. Increasingly Kukla is interested in exploring how the decisions that we make everyday for our individual desires influence the prosperity of the Earth.
Fanny Beckman's ongoing project 'Women of My Generation' celebrates women with all types of bodies. According to England's National Health Service eating disorders are responsible for more life loss than any other mental health condition and Beckman encourages women to feel confident regardless of 'body size, socio- economic background, sexuality and ethnicity.'
Leah Schrententhaler's work imagines the landscape of Hawaii unsullied by human infrastructure. By applying a laser cutter to silver gelatin prints Leah's interventions provide an illuminating look at what Hawaii is, was, and could be if left in its more idyllic state.
In this multimedia feature artist Granville Carroll is interviewed by Alessandra Raengo, Cofounder of Liquid Blackness, about his series of self portraits Black Serenity.