Robert Del Tredici is an artist, photographer, and teacher with a BA in philosophy, an MA in Comparative Literature (University of California, Berkeley), and an interest in the dynamic between image and text.
Takashi Arai does not see daguerreotype as a nostalgic reproduction of a classical method; instead, he has made it his own personal medium, finding it a reliable device for storing memory that is far better for recording and transmitting interactions with his subjects than modern photography.
Gordon Belray is an visual artist from Toronto, Canada. He compiles images from historical lens-based archives using numerous manipulated stills and photographs aided by maps, street views and historical accounts.
Jessie Boylan is a photomedia artist based in Castlemaine, Victoria. She explores issues relating to human impacts on the land and communities in relation to environmental and social devastation – like nuclear testing, mining and war.
Berlyn B. Brixner was an American photographer. He was the head photographer for the Trinity test, the first detonation of a nuclear weapon in July 1945.
Dan Budnik’s work as a photographer has covered more than a half-century. He is known for his photographs of artists, but also for his photo-documentation of the Civil Rights Movement and of Native Americans.
Since atomic power first exploded onto the public conscience, nuclear energy and weaponry have been integrated into the culture and conscience of our country in the form of universal images that became a backdrop for contemporary culture juxtaposed with the deepest and most tightly guarded of our national secrets.
Delevingne has travelled and photographed extensively throughout the world. In his work, he’s sought a conscious merging of politics and art. Born in France, he was deeply impacted by the social and political unrest that occurred in Paris in 1968.
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