I just came across this video that Adam Ryder made in 2009. It’s an excellent remix of nine science fiction films, fulfilling (and generating) tropes of dystopian urban futures. Also, excellent title. In his words, “Overcrowded, overbuilt, and dystopic, these films offer us an extrapolation of today’s urban development problems if allowed to progress unchecked [...]
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In 2009, I co-curated an exhibition and series of events in at g727 Gallery in Los Angeles called Photocartographies with Adam Katz. which featured the work of artists David Maisel, Frank Gohlke, David Horvitz, Nikolas Schiller, Angie Waller, Oraib Toukan, Anthony Auerbach, Cris Benton, Gregory Michael Hernandez, Katherine E. Bash, Adam Ryder, Noah Beil, and [...]
Twenty five photographs from my collaboration with Adam Ryder are now featured at Places Journal.
Adam Ryder and I have just posted a gallery of 48 images to the Site Unseen website from our road trip from New York City to Wendover, Utah for our residency at the Center for Land Use Interpretation this summer. Check it out here.
For our residency this summer at the Center for Land Use Interpretation, Adam Ryder and I decided that we would work together as a collaborative project which we are calling Site Unseen. The website, http://siteunseenprojects.com, will be up and running sometime this month. Since we’ve worked together on a number of projects over the past [...]