Exposure № XXXX: A Place Called Home II

Photographer Suzie Chaney shares the first part of her series titled A Place Called Home.

Chaney 6

She tells us: “I stumbled across this tiny French village house, untouched for over 30 years. Luckily I had a camera with me, one I had just picked up at a junk shop and had loaded it with film but I had no idea if it worked. I shot these the little details with it, despite not knowing if they would even come out!”

Chaney 3

 

Chaney 2

 

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Suzie Chaney is an artist living in the middle of nowhere between Toulouse, Spain and the sea. She primarily works with sculpture, printmaking, books and photography. Her work is inspired by precious fragments of flesh, bone and the mind. Fractures in time and structure and involuntary memory as fleeting moments of dappled light, the breeze through the window and the thing you may have seen in the corner of your eye. Check out her contributions to Snake-Oil Cure

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Exposure № 119: A Place Called Home I

Photographer Suzie Chaney shares the first part of her series titled A Place Called Home.

Chaney 1

She tells us: “I stumbled across this tiny French village house, untouched for over 30 years. Luckily I had a camera with me, one I had just picked up at a junk shop and had loaded it with film but I had no idea if it worked. I shot these the little details with it, despite not knowing if they would even come out!”

Chaney 4

Chaney 5

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Suzie Chaney is an artist living in the middle of nowhere between Toulouse, Spain and the sea. She primarily works with sculpture, printmaking, books and photography. Her work is inspired by precious fragments of flesh, bone and the mind. Fractures in time and structure and involuntary memory as fleeting moments of dappled light, the breeze through the window and the thing you may have seen in the corner of your eye. Check out her contributions to Snake-Oil Cure

Dr. Hurley’s Digest, Vol. II, Issues 39 & 40

Over the past couple of weeks, Dr. H has been gearing up for the holiday season, so we’ve featured new work at a slightly less brisk pace. Nonetheless, it is all wonderful stuff, so check out what you missed n the last two weeks below!


Monday – Fiction

Wednesday – Photography

Friday – Poetry

Monday – Poetry

Friday – Photography

We’ll be keeping you entertained for the next week or so, then taking a small holiday break, but stay tuned for full details.

 

Exposure № 103: Puppetry

Puppetry

Artist Suzie Chaney tells us this great image from a series of photos from the Festival des Arts de la Marionette:

“This photograph was shot with a Mamiya DSX 500 onto Fujifilm Superia 200. I only ever shoot with film in terms of creating photographs, digital is used just for sketchbook work or simple documentation. Generally I use a Pentax Spotmatic but it was being repaired and I was using this camera during the Festival des Arts de la Marionette in Mirepoix. It was the first time I had ever used it and I was very pleased with how the images turned out. I always have a loaded film camera in my bag and I am always looking for opportunities for picture-making. More pictures I took at the festival can be seen here.”
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Suzie Chaney is an artist living and working in Aude in SW France. Although her degree is in sculpture, she works in many different ways, always seeking to express ideas about fragility yet strength, a sense of other worldliness, or the slightly bizarre. This is her first contribution to Snake-Oil Cure.