For a year now photographer Christoffer Relander has been working on a new series of analog multiple exposures. This video is an introduction to his ongoing project Jarred & Displaced.
“In this project I have realized a childish dream. I play with the idea of being an ambitious collector; conserving my environments into a large personal collection. Most landscapes are from where I grew up, on the countryside in the south of Finland, where my roots still lie. Separation anxiety to my childhood is simply what absorbed me into this project.
With analog multiple exposures I’m able to manipulate my photographs in-camera—this project was not created or manipulated in an external software such as Photoshop. All double exposures are shot on medium format film that I develop and scan myself. I print pigment prints on museum quality paper, these are available in limited editions.
Jarred & Displaced is an ongoing project, this is my first installment”.
Check out the project here: christofferrelander.com/projects/jarred-displaced
Directed & edited by Anders Lönnfeldt
Concept by Christoffer Relander & Anders Lönnfeldt
Music by Stray Theories
Project financed by Svenska kulturfonden
Washed Away by the Waves
The ocean has its silent caves,
Deep, quiet and alone;
Though there be fury on the waves,
Beneath them there is none.
These lines by Nathaniel Hawthorne say something very similar to what Warren Keelan photographs depict. Keelan is an Australian seascape and ocean photographer who captures his perception of the ocean through his lens. Keelan has always been fascinated by nature; the ocean and its ever changing form, its unpredictable nature.
A video remix journey through the history of sampling taking in some of the most noted breaks and riffs of the decades. A chronological journey from the Beatles’ use of the Mellotron in the 60s to the sample dense hiphop and dance music of the 80s and 90s. Each break is represented by a vibrating vinyl soundwave exploding into various tracks that sampled it, each re-use another chapter in the modern narrative.
THANKS to WhoSampled.com
Miria Maciągiewicz Creates Magical Flora with the Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens
Brooklyn-based fine art photographer Miria Maciągiewicz is no stranger to creating pictures with mysterious, ethereal moods in her fashion-inspired portraiture. She recently tested the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Lens, and was inspired to try something completely different, producing these painterly, nearly abstract images of spring flowers. She answers a few questions on the experience in this interview.
Credits: Miria Maciągiewicz
Produced & directed by Hong Kong Visual Artist Heiwa Wong using the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens from Lomography.
Get your Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens on Kickstarter today – lomography.com/kickstarter
Directed by: Heiwa Wong heiwawong.com/
Cast: Manna Cheng
Venue: ChengChen Studio, Taiwan cheng-chen.com/
Filmed using the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens: lomography.com/achromat