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.
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 (www.photo-visible.com) back in 2006 and stared receiving enquiries about my photography.
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,
The Arrival, by Andi Sudjana
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.
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,
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.