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The American South

Issue No. 8 : The American South was made with the following call for entry: The American South is both a reality and a fiction, a conceptual and a cultural entity. As such, it has been famously challenged and perpetuated…

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Beyond Here

Issue No.7 : Beyond Here was made with the following quote in mind: “I am trying to convince people–not only the public, but lawmakers and people in power–that investing in the frontier of science, however remote it may seem in…

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Infinite Progress

From the Editors: Paul Kingsnorth’s article Dark Ecology outlines an internal struggle that arises from his reading of Technological Slavery: The Collected Writings of Theodore J. Kaczynski, a.k.a. “The Unabomber.” A third of the way through Kaczynski’s book, Kingsnorth finds…

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Surface

From the Editors “Escapism: the tendency to seek distraction and relief from unpleasant realities, especially by seeking entertainment or engaging in fantasy.” As editors and photographers, we become fatigued by images that demand we feel a certain way, seek an…

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Grand Illusion

Issue 4 presents the insurmountable reality of corporate and personal consumption. We are active participants, guilty of the very actions that we condemn. Familiar is the battle to which we so easily become party, weakened by illusions of temporary or…

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Hyperlinked

As a malleable medium, photography fashions itself to the trends of digital culture. An instantaneous and endless supply of imagery is met with an ever-growing demand for visual stimulation. Has the abundance of the vernacular in photographic imagery via the…

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A Symptom Of Being

A Symptom of Being, October 2011, examined the way in which man copes with his/her surrounding environments. Breaking out of the purely national pool of talent, we were able to feature two incredible international photographers: Zhang Xiao and Zhendong (Benny)…

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We Are Here…

We are here, On planet earth, 13.7 billion years after the big bang, Civilization has grown like an evolving organism, Conscious of its own existence, Developing complex interpretations of the observable universe, Of time, Of information, Of self, Of us.