This gallery contains 6 photos.
Much of Justin Diggle’s artwork focuses on the ever increasing surveillance of individuals. His birds act as metaphors for cameras, scanners, drones, satellites, and GPS devices that keep tabs on our movements, or allow us to be voyeurs in the … Continue reading →
This gallery contains 1 photo.
The compelling narrative and composition of Karin Broker‘s photo-etching is created, at least in part, by collaging other prints from a variety of historical sources. This image recycling has a rich past, as exemplified in the work of Max Ernst and Hannah Höch. … Continue reading →