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Raymond Salaber - Thesis Year Photography student at OCAD University.

Use the links below to navigate. I'd love to hear from you:

raymondsalaber@gmail.com

intac:

Planning the Pseudo exhibition at OCAD which opens May 8, 14.  We are printing and they are looking great. Promo, catalogue and books are underway.

so nice to be with these fellows

pixography:

Stu Shepherd

pixography:

Stu Shepherd

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liferuin:

Jennifer Mehigan | TumblrMaterial Study II, 2013

liferuin:

Jennifer Mehigan | Tumblr
Material Study II, 2013

mocatv:

Valentine’s Day 2012 was the five-year anniversary of “What What (In The Butt),” a music video by Hamlet A.D.D. directors Andrew Swant and Bobby Ciraldo that premiered at Milwaukee’s Green Gallery and went viral after its upload to YouTube just a few days later.

As part of MKE<->LAX, a cultural exchange between Milwaukee and Los Angeles, Swant and Ciraldo projected a pink zeppelin from the video on buildings and cultural institutions all over town—from the Hollywood Walk of Fame to MOCA—a physical manifestation of the ephemerality of viral successes.

For more check out Megan Sallabedra’s coverage of What What About L.A. in LA Weekly, and watch the whole voyage at Brownmark Films, which was initially screened at Machine Project.

it took me 5 years of art school to realize that this is an art piece, today 

witchinghour, yo?
turntmayor:

O.G thirst princes back for more

hey i saw this bearded fellow at my work today and he was wearing the exact paraphernalia  

turntmayor:

O.G thirst princes back for more

hey i saw this bearded fellow at my work today and he was wearing the exact paraphernalia  

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Andy Calabozo

Andy Calabozo

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intac:

 MATERIAL BEAUTY

This project has a focus on transformation, through the excessive and the fake products used to construct an idealistic beauty. With a question of how easy and effortless we can change our looks and hide our real visual identity. How we adjust or distort a single part of our body like it was a tool rather than a piece of our own figure. Exploring the “fakeness” by creating a tension between the fake hair/alter ego and the “natural” self. A play with concepts of real fake items i.e fake nails, fake hairs etc. Turning them into extremes to provoke an opposite perception than attraction. We are working in photographic images and photographic based sculptures, creating a diverse body of work to compliment the concept of material beauty. There are endless possibilities of what constructs “beauty” and what the ideal “beauty” is.

Group members:

Camilla Storgaard Larsen - BTK

Naoise Dunne - OCAD

Jazmin Carr - OCAD

Ida Tangtare - BTK

Vigdís Erla Guttormsdóttir - BTK

Felipe Sarmiento Pardo - OCAD

Sebastián Benítez - OCAD