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The Constant Resist by David Moriya

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Hudson Valley, by Jennifer Lynn Morse

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Statement: In 2010, I relocated to New York’s Hudson Valley in a search for personal and artistic growth. During this time I have developed a great fondness for this region, its beauty and history, and the deeply creative people who

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Photographic Survey of the Wild Edible Botanicals of the North American Continent
by J.W. Fike

              Within my system of photography the plant is excavated, arranged in the studio, photographed, and then illustrated digitally in such a way as to render the edible parts in color while the remaining

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Seam-Ripper, by Aaron MacLachlan

Statement: Since 2005, Google Maps has provided a patchwork of satellite images, documenting—in erratic detail—the entire surface of the terrestrial world. Millions of unique vantage points stitched along digital seams create the illusion of a contiguous whole, a map determined

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Mountains & Valleys, by Millee Tibbs

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Statement: Photography and ideas about the “American West” developed in tandem, increasing in cultural significance throughout the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and have informed ideas about each other ever since. As photography has proliferated, so too have our visual representations

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Down with the Ship, by Brian Christopher Sargent

  As a researcher and film archivist, the bulk of my day is spent viewing historical images at a news archive near Times Square, where content traditionally emanated across the country in the form of print journalism, newsreels, radio, and

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Life & Struggle of Padma, by Sumon Yusuf

                  Statement: Water is a natural resource vital for basic survival and for the economic development necessary for peace, prosperity, and security. It is central to history, mythology, religion, art, and culture.

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Womankind, by María María Acha-Kutscher

    The main focus of my work is the woman: her history, her struggles for emancipation and equality, and how the feminine has been constructed culturally. I am among the few artists of my generation who define themselves as

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Beyond The Drama by Saara Mäntylä

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Collaborative Documentary Practice: Histories, Theories, Practices


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