Harding’s photographs in this series seek to explore light as a physical volume.
Uelsmann is a master of creating the ultimate uncanny landscape, using only traditional darkroom photographic methods.
This series of images was taken using telephoto lenses that allowed Svenson to see from inside his apartment, into the apartments of others around him. The resulting photographs have an uncanny stillness, and romantic feeling, despite the blatant voyeurism.
Trevor Paglen seeks to expose the hidden, secret landscapes that are unavailable to the public eye. From many, many miles away, he uses extremely long focal length lenses to expose what lies in places such as Area 51 and other military facilities.
This painting almost literally tears the background into the foreground, activating the space in a simple yet compelling way.
This sculpture by Alex Schweder involves a number of inflatable rooms, confined within a space that is too small for them. The architectural structure of the “rooms” is thus deformed, with each compartment fighting for space. The sculpture runs on a sequence lasting one day, during which the inflation of the rooms in relation to each other changes.