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(U)LFFTR

(U)LFFTR
Pigment ink prints on Hahnemühle Photo Rag
12×18″ each
Edition of 3
2017

“As a child, she had never once imagined her room as someone else’s room before it was hers, but of course it was it was exactly that: it was a space, and over time you and others passed through it.”
– Jonathan Dee, “The Locals”

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Fundamentos da Linguagem Visual

Fundamentos da Linguagem Visual. Adriana Vaz and Rossano Silva, editors. Editoria Intersaberes (2017)

The Ghost of Vannevar Bush Hacked My Server included in Fundamentos da Linguagem Visual.

From Editoria Intersaberes:
To better understand the language present in the manifold manifestations of the visual arts, we need to know the formal elements that make it up. Thus, we structure an analysis of the presence of these elements in the image and also of the interrelation that they establish in different historical, geographic and social contexts. In undertaking this study, you will embark on an exercise that purports to investigate much more than the point, line, plane, shape, texture, color, volume, and perspective. Reflect critically on what we call the grammar of visual language.

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swmpHse

swmpHse
Pigment ink prints on archival paper
13×19″ each (unframed dimension)
Edition of 5
2017

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Rumors Thereof Have Reached Us

Rumors Thereof Have Reached Us
Pigment ink prints on Hahnemühle Photo Rag
24×36″ each
Edition of 3
2017

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“Ghosts” featured in Visual Communication Quarterly

Images and text from the Ghosts series was featured in the January-March 2017 issue of Visual Communication Quarterly. Says the Editor-in-Chief:

In the Portfolio section, I present Michael Demers’ series, Ghosts. Demers’ interest in capturing the ephemeral is to provide evidence — not of the real, but instead “of the idea of documenting the act of believing.” This work is a documentation that triggers memories made by the image’s original photographer and its current viewers. It alludes to the power embedded in snapshots and present a re-vision of image content curated online.