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  2. Darin Mickey, Blackout.

  3. Darin Mickey, A Different Kind of Tension.

  4. Darin Mickey, selections from artist’s Tumblr.

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  5. Darin Mickey

    Mickey pulls us close to his subjects to contemplate their rich material history, offering an intimate and yet expansive position. An archaeological record: an assertion of what was, what is, and what we imagine will be.”

    –Melissa Catanese

    Darin Mickey lives and works in New York City. His work has been exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions throughout the U.S. and internationally. He is the author of Stuff I Gotta Remember Not to Forget, J&L Books. His images have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post Magazine, I.D., Foam, and Doubletake among others. Darin also teaches photography at The Cooper Union and The International Center of Photography.

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  6. #26 – Stephanie Goode, via Papersafe Issue #02.

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  8. Stephanie Goode: On Photography

    When did you become interested in photography?
    In high school I wanted to take a Saturday class at the Art Institute of Boston. My grandfather gave me his camera so I could take an intro course. That Nikon Nikkormatt F2 is still in my collection, still used, and helped me see that the works I was already making could be viewed at art.

    Why photography?
    In high school and into college I really wanted to paint, but I hardly ever finished a work that felt complete. I believe because I wanted to capture something in the moment, as it was happening, that painting was in a way too slow of a process and limiting to me. I needed to get it all out initially and then curate and edit my thoughts to better tell a store in post. Since I began this process about 15 years ago, this has become second nature and how I generally work. I am interested in trying new processes but to be honest, this is what I fall back on. Visually, I would like to explore other avenues, such as installation to further expand my concepts.

    What are you currently working on?
    After selecting my imagery for Fragmented Memories and showing it in various formats, I would like to produce a book of the works. I am also interested in exploring new series where a specific theme or emotion is explored, such as lust vs love. I have touched upon both emotions many times in my images but creating a body of work that solely explores these two emotions would be an interesting challenge for me.