Consciousness, Photo Series by Santosh Korthiwada



Like most people, my relationship with photography started way before I held a camera in my hands for the first time. On our wall at home, there was a photograph of my grandparents from the 1940’s, probably taken a few years after their marriage. I remember asking them a thousand times, in utter disbelief, if they were the same two people in that photograph.

April 5, 2018
by Tomi Saputra Ghazali
Ordinary Days, Photo Series by Nobuyuki Taguchi

Ordinary Days


I born in Japan and I am a permanent resident in the U.K. since I came to study Fine Art in 1990.

Taking photos is something that I have always enjoyed, and I have re-discover the photography as new medium as the digital age came into the photography process.

I have published my digital photography to my old website ( back in 2006 and stared receiving enquiries about my photography.

January 16, 2018
by Tomi Saputra Ghazali
Solitude, Photo Series by Putri Nadhira Saraswati

Solitude by Putri Nadhira Saraswati

Analog photography exhibition contributor Tabu volume 1


My name is Putri Nadhira Saraswati. I am currently taking major in architecture in Bandung. I started photography as a hobby when I was in high school. I just shot what I like, and I find it relaxing for me.

But the process doesn’t just stop there. I love how photographs can take me back to how I feel when I take the shot,

November 24, 2017
by Tomi Saputra Ghazali
The Arrival, Photo Series by Andi Sudjana

The Arrival,  by Andi Sudjana

Project description

The arrival was my first attempt to make a photo story based on a science fiction background. It was created initially to response to a submission of Bungkus! (Bandung photography Now!) In 2014.

The idea is to reconstructed or re-imagined the arrival of alien entities to Bandung city based on random article that I found on the internet.

November 17, 2017
by Tomi Saputra Ghazali
Fault Line, project by Sophie Barbasch

Fault Line, by Sophie Barbasch


I started studying photography in high school and then got more serious about it during college. After college, I realized I wanted to pursue my MFA.

Grad school helped me a lot in terms of understanding what I was trying to do and say with my work. I feel like I am still processing some of the feedback I got,

November 10, 2017
by Tomi Saputra Ghazali
Poison, by Aji Susanto Anom


Photo Series by Aji Susanto Anom

Orgasm, La petit mort, The Little Death

This is a poison, a poison delivering my visual interpretation about sex and death. Sex and death is a nature of being, sex is the gate to the birth yet death stands at the end human life. But is it true that sex and death is a matter of life and reproduction?


Aji Susanto Anom (b.1989) is a photographer based in Indonesia.

November 6, 2017
by Tomi Saputra Ghazali