Photographer’s Statement: “Inside Windows” was taken at the “Skydeck” in Chicago. This photo conveys the feeling of displacement that people can sometimes feel within themselves, and the melancholy that often follows with this realization. Additionally, even though we can see elements of ourselves within other people, we can exist in the same place while being separated.
Madeleine Brylski: PlaceMarch/April 2019, Photography, Place and Displacement
Photographer’s Statement: This collection of photographs explores the visions and places of home. There is beauty in the transience of the places we’ve called home: while we are not often privileged to plant ourselves in one lifelong home, the places of our childhood remain joyfully rooted in the depths of our memories. These snapshots capture a few of the fleeting details which decorate the permanent landscape of a childhood home.
Graham Shea: VoiceFebruary 2019, Photography, Poetry, Sound and Silence
The artist channels inspiration’s force,
Makes it heave the heavy rocks aside
That would bind its fluid motion
To secret, silent pools. And once that
Rivulet-rift is cut, the roaring voice
Of the artist echoes long and wide through
The canyons, who ever hence know its noise by name.