pause, to begin
Andy Adams, the unflakable editor of Flak Photo, is currently featuring work from pause, to begin on his blogzine. Created by Ethan Jones and David Wright, pause, to begin is a project that “places an emphasis on the process of art-making and art-thinking in the twenty-first century” . Travelling 10,000 miles across two countries, David and Ethan met with the 15 selected photographers and videotaped their advenure. You can see a trailer of it here. This project will soon be generating a book, an exhibition, and a catatlogue edition. Selected images below.
“pause, to begin strives to create a one-of-a-kind photo art experience by working closely with a team of artists and an advisory board to produce a series of multimedia presentations that showcase the work of each contributor as well as an international traveling exhibition and two books of photographs available for purchase in December.” Check the site for updates.
Shawn Records, from Harbor
Hin Chua, from After The Fall
Timothy Briner, from Boonville
Sonja Thomsen, from Lacuna
Matthew Gamber, from Countrypolitan
Colin Blakely, from Somewhere in Middle America
John Mann, from Folded in Place
Tealia Ellis Ritter, from The Live Creature
Brea Shoulders, from Time Between
Alejandro Cartagena, from Los Rivers
Erika Larson, from Young Blood
Matthew Eich, from Carry Me Ohio
Shanon Johnstone, from Silent Home
Shawn Gust, from Regaining Consciousness
Thomas Prior, from Color Photographs
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