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Odette England

Orbisforkcweb BLANKET MAGAZINE — Bec Brown  
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Elaine Duigenan, Odette England at KLOMPCHING GALLERY June 17th, 2010 - August 6th, 2010
Posted 7/14/10

BLANKET MAGAZINE, June 22, 2010 Elaine Duigenan —Bec Brown "If you are lucky enought to live in New York you must make time to check out the artwork from our featured artist from the Cosmos Issue, Elaine Duigenan, in person! Her Micro Mundi series is now showing at the Klompching Gallery in Brooklyn until August 6th. Elaine's work was actually the inspiration for me to create a whole issue on the theme of 'cosmos'. I had first come across her work when she sent in some of the work from her Micro Mu... [more]

Orbisforkcweb BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY — Sean Louth  
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Elaine Duigenan, Odette England at KLOMPCHING GALLERY June 17th, 2010 - August 6th, 2010
Posted 7/14/10

BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY, May 27, 2010 Double Exposure Down Under —Sean Louth "When Odette England went to photograph the Australian Outback she took a novel approach; she would shoot the ground beneath her feet and then the sky direcly above that spot. "These are double exposures created in Photoshop, made with a Hasselblad HD3" she explains. "The technique here was very fixed, very rigid as to how the images were taken. I don't mind changing what the camera finds but this work was very discipl... [more]

Mblge1 NEW YORK TIMES — Penelope Green  
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Marc Baruth, Matthew Baum, Antony Crossfield, Odette England, Steve Hanson, Doug Keyes, Curtis Mann, David Trautrimas at KLOMPCHING GALLERY March 5th, 2009 - April 24th, 2009
Posted 3/5/09

NEW YORK TIMES, March 4, 2009 Household Appliances Inspire an Artist's Vision of Home — Penelope Green "David Trautrimas, a 30-year-old Canadian artist, takes apart old kitchen mixers, hole punchers, waffle irons, staplers, vacuum cleaners, coffee machines and other household objects; photographs the pieces; and then “reassembles” them digitally, into what he calls “Habitat Machines.” With their industrial steampunk aesthetic and looming, animated postures, his machines would fit nicely into the... [more]

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