@folkesonjonas is now posting his photos on Burn.Diary during 7 days Try to forget it. The sudden changes that we never can be prepared for. You are worth much more. #blackandwhite #burnmagazine #burndiary #burnimages #jonasfolkeson
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@folkesonjonas is now posting his photos on Burn.diary This is when the lightning bolts soon appeared. As before every storm, everything gets very quiet. The birds flew low. #burnimages #blackandwhite #burndiary #burnmagazine #jonasfolkeson
@folkesonjonas is now posting his photos on Burn.diary During our trip by sea the weather suddenly transformed to a nightmare. By sea in a thunderstorm is nothing to recommend. We took shelter. #burnmagazine #burndiary #blackandwhite #burnimages #jonasfolkeson
@folkesonjonas is now posting his Photos on Burn.Diary during 7 days. From my favorite Island Hvitgrund. A place my grandfather used to take me when I was a child. I Still return to this place to contemplate, even if im 27. #burnimages #burnmagazine #burndiary #blackandwhite
Hi there, My name is Jonas @folkesonjonas Im a photographer from Sweden, Hälsingland. I will take over the @burndiary for the next 7 days. I focus on documenting what is close to me. The small town im born in that is shrinking in population for every year. I will also focus on my own doubts and fears. Ive grown up at sea so many of my motives are related to it. #burndiary #burnmagazine #burnimages #blackandwhite #jonasfolkeson
This World and Others Like It
[ FUJIFILM/YOUNG TALENT AWARD 2016 RUNNER UP ]
This World and Others Like It investigates the role of the 21st century explorer by combining computer modeling with analogue photographic processes. Drawing upon the language of 19th Century survey images, I question their relationship with current methods of record making. Thousands of explorable realities exist through rover and probe based imagery, virtual role-playing, and video game software. Within the contemporary wilderness, robots have replaced photographers as mediators producing images completely dislocated from human experience. This suggests that now the sublime landscape is only accessible through the boundaries of technology.
Drew Nikonowicz (born in St. Louis Missouri, 1993) presently lives and works in Treviso, Italy. He received a BFA from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2016. His work employs computer simulations as well as analog photographic processes to deal with landscape and exploration in contemporary photography. He recently won the 2015 Lenscratch Student Prize, the 2015 Aperture Portfolio Prize, and exhibited his work at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome. He is currently a resident artist at Fabrica.
When Gods Fall
[ FUJIFILM/YOUNG TALENT AWARD 2016 RUNNER UP ]
For long time they have been the Gods of my own world. The great masters of reality. It always irritated me and challenged me to escape from all of this… and when I escaped I decided to come back just to destroy the myth of a false divinity and purity, I just had to fight.
Born in 1991. I Studied pharmacy for 5 years and Then I dropped out to break the cycle and search, but it was not long until I found myself back to Alexandria my home town to work on a long project about me and my parents.
DISPLACEMENT. The Loss Of Cities As Blueprints For Societies
[ EPF 2016 FINALIST ]
I perceived what displacement can mean while strolling down the busted roads of L’Aquila, Italy, with the writer Caterina Serra. The earthquake of the 6th of April 2009 converted the historical town into a building site, in an undistinguished non-lieu of new buildings that resurfaced from the dusty debris under the guise of refurbished hotels, coffee shops and wine bars, as if these were the only suitable places for social life. The population meanwhile has been shifted and exiled into the New Towns, dormitory suburbs with centers that are nothing but the roundabouts of shopping malls, where one can feel a material and spiritual disorientation. A community has lost its public space, and all its places of individual and collective memories. So, what is left of a city that has lost its inhabitants? When its citizens are lost, and displaced to the anonymity of suburbia? What happens to its genius loci? The experience of L’Aquila has paired my vision with Caterina trying to understand how a community acknowledges itself under dire circumstances, how it elaborates what it can achieve or what it can recover. We wanted document how it can witness silently the dissolution of its identity, while coasting for survival. With the help of this Grant We would like to make a book and an exhibition. We would like to tell what happens to a place where politics is oblivious to the history, culture, and texture of its society and its communities. Where decision-makers have no experience, no imagination, no belonging. We want to speak about the physical and emotional geography of displacement.
Giovanni Cocco was born in Sulmona in 1973. Since 2004 he produced reportage of social inquiry. Selected for the ?Mentor? program by the International Agency of Photography “VII” – 2010 to 2012 – his work has been published in several international magazines. Currently he is an independent photographer based between Berlin and Rome.
@luce_stravirata sharing my last photo on @burndiary. I decided to close my diary with the last shot I took in Iraq. Its been a great pleasure to share my trip with all of you. Goodbye everyone and keep following me !
@luce_stravirata last day on @burndiary. It’s been a great pleasure to share my trip with all of you. Thanks for following me.