Currency - A Polaroid Portrait Studio  

In Currency, a Polaroid® Portrait Studio, a camera is placed on a tripod, lights are set up, a white background and mobile set design clearly communicate: this is a photo studio. Clothed in a white suit, the photographer stands representing the…

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Phantasmata : Photographic-Therapeutic Walks  

Phi is for Photography Phi is for Phantasma Phi is for Phantasmata"In his work De Anima, Aristotle defines the imagination as a place situated at an intersection halfway between perception and thought, thus making possible a fluid connection between…

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Duo Portra Studio  (5 new items)

In the summer of 2013 ninety duo’s entered the Duo Portra Studio, a photographic caravan at Plazey Festival in Brussels. One by one they conquered their fear and shame and were led into the dark of the caravan, blindfolded and enchanted. During the DPS sessions, they became subsequently photographer and model of someone they didn’t know, just met or were very familiar with. What happened behind the closed door of the caravan during those sessions will forever remain the secret of those who dared to cross the threshold. We can only observe their eyes and their face in the pictures they made of each other and see if we can find ourselves there, or someone else, or nobody, or everyone.

Phantasmata I

At the end of the first Photographic-Therapeutic Walk, a free zine called FTW was offered to the public. It was the first iteration of the Phantasmata.

Phantasmata I (detail)

At the end of the first Photographic-Therapeutic Walk, a free zine called FTW was offered to the public. It was the first iteration of the Phantasmata.

Current Events  

Upcoming:Currency - a Polaroid Photo Studio July 8, 2018 - De Koer, Anderlecht, BelgiumPhotographic-Therapeutic Walks July 20, 2018 - De Koer, Anderlecht, BelgiumPast:Currency - a Polaroid Portrait Studio from May 3 until 23, 2018 - Gemeenteplein…

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Akkâsi  

In Farsi, and in Arabic, from which it was derived, the word for photography was not invented to imply a new form of writing or painting ("drawing with light"). Instead, Arab and Persian cultures opted for a word, akkâsi, which had existed long before…

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333/365/n  (2 new items)

In the fall of 2009 I started taking pictures, every day, at 3.33pm, using the camera of my old Samsung phone. I would do so for an entire year, 365 days.

ABSENCE  

About absence and photography.

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Duo Portra Studio  (3 new items)

In the summer of 2013 ninety duo’s entered the Duo Portra Studio, a photographic caravan at Plazey Festival in Brussels. One by one they conquered their fear and shame and were led into the dark of the caravan, blindfolded and enchanted. During the DPS sessions, they became subsequently photographer and model of someone they didn’t know, just met or were very familiar with. What happened behind the closed door of the caravan during those sessions will forever remain the secret of those who dared to cross the threshold. We can only observe their eyes and their face in the pictures they made of each other and see if we can find ourselves there, or someone else, or nobody, or everyone.

Jeremy Earl (Woods)

Aftershow portrait at Shindig, Brussels, 2009

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Gregory Watson

As BOSFIB soldier, Brussels, 2010

ALL TOO HUMAN  

For me, creating portraits is about sharing a moment with another person, whilst remaining conscious of the impossibility of bridging the gap between individual existences.

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ALL TOO HUMAN

"For me, creating portraits is about sharing a moment with another person, whilst remaining conscious of the impossibility of bridging the gap between individual existences. As a way of approaching this mutual experience, portrait photography allows for t