Carlos Saladen-Vargas ‘América del Sur vol. 1’ (2010)

Carlos Saladen-Vargas in conversation with Pablo Allison (september 2011) Pablo Allison – I sense a very honest and tender look to the portraits. Can you give me a brief insight about your motivation to conduct this project and also, which countries did you visit while producing the work? Carlos Saladén-Vargas Thank you. The main motivation behindContinue reading “Carlos Saladen-Vargas ‘América del Sur vol. 1’ (2010)”

Carlos Saladen-Vargas ‘America del Sur vol. 1’ in conversation with Pablo Allison (september 2011)

Pablo Allison – I sense a very honest and tender look to the portraits. Can you give me a brief insight about your motivation to conduct this project and also, which countries did you visit while producing the work? Carlos Saladén-Vargas Thank you. The main motivation behind these images is the way ‘third world’ culturesContinue reading “Carlos Saladen-Vargas ‘America del Sur vol. 1’ in conversation with Pablo Allison (september 2011)”

Six questions for Jeff Wall

http://www.objektiv.no/realises/2015/3/11/six-questions-for-jeff-wall “People do say things like: ‘It’s impossible to make images today because everything has been done’, but it hasn’t been done by them. There’s always a new person who’ll come and do it again, and therefore that thought is one that can come to you at a certain point in your life when youContinue reading “Six questions for Jeff Wall”

objektiv: Six questions for Jeff Wall

http://www.objektiv.no/realises/2015/3/11/six-questions-for-jeff-wall “People do say things like: ‘It’s impossible to make images today because everything has been done’, but it hasn’t been done by them. There’s always a new person who’ll come and do it again, and therefore that thought is one that can come to you at a certain point in your life when youContinue reading “objektiv: Six questions for Jeff Wall”

Conversation with Charlotte Cotton

http://www.objektiv.no/realises/2015/1/29/conversation-with-charlotte-cotton “I learnt about photography as a part of material culture and a demonstration of human endeavour, rather than as a subsection of the story of modern and contemporary art with the concomitant concept of art photography as a commodity within a neoliberal marketplace.” “The creative processes that I am drawn to rely on findingContinue reading “Conversation with Charlotte Cotton”