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9 D!NG HEIDRUN KLOS JAEJIN HWANG NINA VERHELST AMALIA BRANAA


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JAEJIN HWANG

NINA VE HEIDRUN KLOS


AMALIA BRANAA

ERHELST

WELCOME. D!NG IS AN ONLINE ART MAGAZINE BY JOLIEN DIRIX


HEIDRUN KLOS

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The intersection of individualism and massphenomenons both play an important role in my work. Repeating mechanisms in society and patterns of behaviour for example are part of what truly interests me. I am looking for the effects on identity and the individual in attempt to understand these structures in society.

A series can root in abstract matter, for example in a psychological theory or philosophical matter which I read about, while another is based on a pure observation, something that caught my attention in daily life. Obviously, I am not a scientist or philosopher, but neither do I consider art as the “emotional opposite� of science. I find it important to reflect about knowledge, analyze what I experience and add a visual layer to that, as a stimulus for further examination. I do that for myself and for an audience as well. Thus photographing is a way of thinking about certain matters to me. Nevertheless I intend to create visual material which also functions on its own terms.


Creation's Crowning Glory


Today I ate that lovely dress


Creation's Crowning Glory


CREATION’S CROWNING GLORY


Today I ate that lovely dress

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JAEJIN

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ASLEEP


HWANG I have different projects, Wonderland and Asleep, and I am still updating both works. The Wonderland describes surreal moments in our daily lives. I have taken very natural moments of people, animal and objects for several years. Suddenly I found out that there was a certain connection between my random photos. In Wonderland, a series of different photos, makes a surreal power and brings an imagination. I believe that invisible things always surround us and if we capture very natural moments, we can magnify this. Therefore, in Wonderland, I really tried to let people feel this invisible power from a series of random photos. For the second project, Asleep, that shows an ambiguous distinction between death and falling asleep. I got inspired by the song, Asleep by the Smiths. When I was listening to that song, I felt that the Smith was actually telling me about death rather than falling asleep. Later, I wanted to express the obscure distinction between both. I had a feeling peaceful moments might be overlapped between this extinction and restoration. In order to express this, I have used a metaphor for several photos.

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WONDERLAND


WONDERLAND


WONDERLAND


NINA VERHELST

www.ninaverhelst.be


All things, thoughts and objects are in a constant change. Everything is volatile, but the essence remains the same. My work revolves around the process, around things that happen during the process of making of the images. I try to catch my own impressions in time by combining and transforming found and self made images and objects. By exploring and forgetting what I have been learned I transform rooms and create a space where boundaries between real and unreal disappear. In that way I try to open doors and embrace other possible realities. The viewer is forced to see recognizable things in a different way and so to question his own reality.

In my latest work I use self m using these masks in my work I By questioning my identity I other people and the identity new environments and new person aries of what we know and who my work has to strengthen the of what lives and moves around


made masks of my face. By question my own identity. dispute the identity of y of society. By creating nalities I push the boundwe are. The experience of collective consciousness d and within us.

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AMALIA BRANAA

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Amalia Branaa is a Uruguayan photographer living in Los Angeles. Her documentary-style work depicts the rawness of everyday life, a feeling nurtured by the tangible joie de vivre captured in all her pictures. Her subjects always take center stage, carefully isolated in an effort to hone simplicity, even amidst raging bursts of colour. A culture hunter at heart, Amalia likes to think of her Rolleiflex and 35 mm cameras as treasure chests, devices analog and magical enough to collect the memories of those around her.


www.amaliabranaa.com


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