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The academics have plenty to talk about - but what they see and what Tichý originally had in mind when creating the image may be vastly different. Buffalo Zoo Gate Sculptures at Sarah Wichlacz I finally shot the animal sculptures surrounding Buffalo Zoo; I only wish I could tell you more about them.

Again, I shot digital with the lens baby; I just can’t get enough of the selective focus.

I was intrested in termonolgies and structures; but I was mostly intregued by where these structures break down.

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Preliminary Scanner Camera at Sarah Wichlacz I just wanted to put up some of my early scanner camera work (2005) - this is just a taste of a few early series. From the artist statment- These scanner camera images are cubist, allowing us to see multiple angles and perspectives on a subject in action.

They are photographic equivalents to futurist motion studies, revealing the frenetic nature of the animated world.

I’ve always enjoyed these animal sculptures that are posted on either side of the now unused zoo gates.

Needless to say, Tichý’s chosen friends were mostly outsiders themselves.6-13-06 been trying to think of something profound enough to say about Li Wei’s fantastic images.I imagine his unique disembodied head and embedded head images, especially given the particularly Chinese locations, work as a metaphor for changing China.He began his career in the late 1990s, and is most well known for his Mirror 2000 series, which includes over 40 site-specific performance pieces.Using a large mirror, three feet square, with a hole in the center large enough to accommodate his head and neck, Li places his head through the hole and “projects” his image onto various historical and urban environments.I think all photography has a performative aspect - but in both these cases the artists rely on the permanent image to give audience to their work.