Tag Archives: Kramer O’Neill
Kramer O’Neill recently published a new zine, the first in what sounds like a long series. I asked him a few questions about the zine and some of the thoughts behind it. Your statement says you’re planning to make “one or two volumes a year, every year, from now until I’m dead.” Why did you decide [...]
©Alan George The talented Simon Kossoff started a Flickr group to explore a theme I think has lots of potential. It’s these sorts of curatorial projects that are perfectly suited for Flickr. The Altered States of Agoraphobia is a psychological, geographical and cultural investigation into the United States of America today by what I call [...]
Sweet Vitriol At The End Of The Earth by Kramer O’Neill “Till Human Voices Wake Us was shot over the course of one summer, mainly on the beaches of greater New York City. Like many of my projects, this one is about recreation, but recreation in an environment where real danger lurks. This was a [...]
photograph ©Gustaf Eriksson 2 a : to divide into pieces b : fracture Contributors: Ben Roberts, Ramanan Sivaranjan, Kramer O’Neill, Andrej Filev, Kirill Kuletski, Mitchell Cde Baca, Grzegorz Jaworski, Benedetta Falugi, Jared Iorio, Chuck Patch, Ben Anderson, Alex JD Smith, Lee Gumienny, Michael Cinque, Gustaf Eriksson Edited by Bryan Formhals VIEW SHOW
[vimeo width="719" height="481"]http://www.vimeo.com/7695511[/vimeo] Trailer edited by Kramer O’Neill Site will launch 01.01.10. You can follow strangers on Twitter for updates. Between now and the launch we’ll be featuring work from members of the collective.
photograph by Pietro Castellucci “I raised my head. The offing was barred by a black bank of clouds, and the tranquil waterway leading to the uttermost ends of the earth flowed somber under an overcast sky–seemed to lead into the heart of an immense darkness.” – Joseph Conrad Curated by Ben Roberts Contributors: Mat Newton, [...]