Skip to Content

Lori Ordover

PROJECT STATEMENT  Silence Is.  Unlike most chaotic and cacophonous childhoods, mine was spent in silence. Growing up with a deaf mother, I spent most of my youth not being heard. My project, Silence Is evokes my experience of her through self-portraits, family photographs and empty spaces.  My mother, now 90,...

Read More

Annie Omens

PROJECT STATEMENT  Transcending the Temporal Exploring my connection with trees was an antidote for the loss of connection I felt with society during the pandemic and lockdown. Being in nature, amongst the trees, helped me transcend this temporal situation of suffering and death. The forest spoke to my soul of...

Read More

Annette LeMay Burke

PROJECT STATEMENT  Fauxliage: Disguised Cell Phone Towers of the American West  Fauxliage documents the proliferation of disguised cell phone towers in the American West. By attempting to conceal an unsightly yet essential technology of the modern world, our landscapes are now sown with a quirky mosaic of masquerading palms, evergreens,...

Read More

Susan Lapides

PROJECT STATEMENT Screen Time  Cellphones are ubiquitous, and they have changed public spaces. As people turn away from each other and toward devices, phone interactions feel hidden and private; yet every online action is potentially public. We often share more about our private lives to strangers on social media than...

Read More

Rohina Hoffman

PROJECT STATEMENTS Generation 1.75 On the day I was born in India, my father flew to Queens, NY to finish his medical education. My mother followed three months later and I was left to be raised by my grandparents. As a young child I knew that my parents lived elsewhere,...

Read More

Diane Hemingway

PROJECT STATEMENT  The Wild Cosmos The photographs and recorded prose in The Wild Cosmos chronicle my interior journey through life and profound loss. Even as an adult, nothing prepared me for when the stars–my mom, dad, and brother–fell from the sky. Seeking solace, I immersed myself in the land and...

Read More

Sarah Hadley

PROJECT STATEMENT The Whispering Dark  I had an unusual upbringing that has transformed how I see the world and understand the past. Owing to my father’s job as Director, we lived in the founder’s apartment on the 4th floor of the Gardner museum in Boston. I grew up surrounded by...

Read More

Dena Elisabeth Eber

PROJECT STATEMENT Bere’shith (In the Beginning)  “Bere’shith” is the first Hebrew word in Genesis and means “in the beginning.” This work is my story of starting again after considerable loss in my life, which warranted a reflection on the larger meaning of cycles, death, and renewal. Coming through this pain...

Read More

Elizabeth Bailey

PROJECT STATEMENT The House Next Door When my reclusive neighbor of many years disappeared and died in her house, there were no friends or family to claim anything that remained: her body, her possessions, or even her memory. It seemed she was simply going to disappear.   Who had she been?...

Read More

Aurora Wilder Collective

Jennifer Pritchard in collaboration with Patrick Corrigan and DALL-E PROJECT STATEMENT An Ambiguous Place Patrick and I placed An Ambiguous Place at the intersection of philosophy and metaphysics. Over a condensed timeframe, we set daily probing prompts for Dallé – anthropomorphized into a character in our story, exploring liminal topics...

Read More

1 2 3 4 5 21