Simone Engelen (1988) was recently nonimated for the Photo Academy Award. A film, based on one of her photoseries, was shown at Cannes Film Festival. Also, she’s part of ED, a collective of ﬁve young experts in the ﬁeld of
The artwork of Ursula Jernberg (1977) focuses around identity. Her photography explores how external circumstances influence the formation of identity. In 2010 she went to find her own identity and discovered its distant roots in Norway. A fascination for the
Born in 1979, Alex Prager is a self-taught American photographer and filmmaker who lives and works in Los Angeles. Copypasteculture met up with her to talk about her show in Foam photography museum in Amsterdam. copypasteculture: Hi Alex, thank you
“A nightclub is a beautiful dream” Tonight, March 29th 2012, Rineke Dijkstra will be back in a nightclub. This time not to make art, but to show it as part of Contemporary Art Club, Stedelijk @ Trouw / De Verdieping.
Michael Zimmerer (1989), started photography in the ninth grade taking classes at the community college, then graduating from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2009 with his BFA. We talked to Michael about his series Craters and his
Sara Bjarland (Helsinki, 1981) was schooled both in art school and at university, as a photographer, as a fine artist and as a conservationist & curator. Her work is grounded in a fascination with nature and explores different ways of
Ted Oonk (1987) lives and works in Groningen, The Netherlands. We saw her work during Fotofestival Naarden and were very intrigued. She’s currently in China where she took the time for an interview with copypasteculture.