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A new January brings new Artists and a New Year. Once again 10 is working with the exceptional. With great humility this collaborative project has another opportunity to share the work of talented creators. As you turn the pages think about the time to come, the work that will be done. The work here is the beginning of something special and continues beyond the boundaries of the page. Start here, and continue beyond. Seek those that lay herein and find them elsewhere. Again, with tremendous gratitude, 10 is honored to bring you new work by many talented artists.
10 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; without the distraction of the screen. With the simplicity of the page. Nate Abramowski Made possible with the support of the following artists.
Erik Paul Howard
William Knipscher artist cincinnati, oh
When unfolded, an origami figure demonstrates the mechanics of its change, each crease a witness to the action of the makerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hand. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Where the Light Goesâ&#x20AC;? is a series of photographs that investigates such creases translated onto silver gelatin paper. Making ordinary photo paper into origami cranes, water bombs or even free-form surfaces, I control the stage upon which a controlled light source can play. I unfold and fix these objects, which act as a record of the bending and penetration of light on a three-dimensional object. Indexing the path of light while also enhancing the small cracks and indentations left from my folding the images document their former state as blank piece of paper.
Ally Hunt photographer savannah, ga
â&#x20AC;&#x153;Vitam et Mortemâ&#x20AC;? Life and Death, and the connection of the two.
Taylor Dorrell photographer cincinnati, oh
Although not related by blood, the subjects in my series â&#x20AC;&#x153;Brothersâ&#x20AC;? are bonded by age and shared experience. This ongoing series documents the sometimes awkward transition from boyhood to manhood.
Erik Paul Howard photographer detroit, mi
“Nothing can happen nowhere. The locale of the happening always colours the happening, and often, to a degree, shapes it.” -Elizabeth Bowen Our daily routines are forged by countless influences. Some of these reveal themselves while others are buried deep. Locales can help unpack some driving forces behind our most ambiguous behaviors as physical space is potent with proddings that inspire our actions and routines. We can always be asking ourselves what we know to be true about a place and how that truth is influenced (or not) by its locale. We can also always be asking ourselves what we don’t know about a place and listen to what the locale enlightens us to ask.
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