To mark the publication of his long-awaited new monograph Asylum of the Birds, photographer Roger Ballen, with director Ben Crossman, has produced this psychologically powerful, unforgettable film that follows Roger into a world synonymous with his photographs, as never before seen on film.
Eine Straße als Bild. Für einen Bezirk. Für eine Stadt. Für eine Entwicklung. Es geht um Veränderung, um das Aufeinandertreffen von Gegensätzen, um Vertreibung und Vermischung. Um Spannung, Angst, Hoffnung und Gelassenheit. Um das Abenteuer des Augenblicks.
TV is just one of the many ever present black mirrors through which we mediate our lives today. Idiot Box hopes to explore the darker side of our love for technology.
The series (shot while children watched TV) was an exploration into the co-dependent yet contradictory relationship we all share with technology and the media. Should we exhibit more caution about the role of technology in our children’s lives? Is our techno-paranoia warranted? No matter what gadgetry we may possess, do our problems remain human?
This is a project that started when my friend aka. right hand and I went to the National Gallery of Denmark in Copenhagen.
I took a picture for fun and liked how this simple thing could change their character and give their facial expression a whole new meaning.
The series “Little Adults” explores what it feels like to grow up as a privileged child in Russia. Entering this recently emerged society of the “upper class” in the manner of court painter reflects the history and future of Russia.
After hearing the same question over and over from friends and family — “Why aren’t you married yet?” — Suzanne Heintz got tired of it and set out to do something about it. She got herself a little family…of mannequins. Over the course of 14 years and 10,000 miles of travel, she took her fake family everywhere and took all kinds of “family” pictures….