The Geometry of Innocence

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A Call from the Wilderness, or What Gets Lost and What Gets Created

[New blog entry for the FOAM Museum  Blog in Amsterdam. This is how they describe it: Foam Blog’s heavyweight Ken Schles is back. Here he acknowledges the important role programmes like Noorderlicht play in supporting the development of an artist’s practice.] Far from it for me to second-guess policy concerning the Eurozone’s economic crisis or make … Continue reading

The On Shadow Interview

I had the opportunity to sit down with photographer Ken Schles a few weeks ago to discuss some ideas that had recently been bouncing round my head and how they related to some of the ideas discussed in his books.  We started talking as soon as I arrived at his home, but I wasn’t able … Continue reading

Welcome to Oculus

In September October of this year, the Noorderlicht Foundation (Stichting Fotografie Noorderlicht/Stichting Aurora Borealis) will publish my 4th monograph: Oculus. I’ve been working on Oculus for a little over two years now. This is a relatively short time to complete a photographic book project, for me especially. With Oculus, I’ve quickly gone from conception to realization. … Continue reading