Our correspondent Simone Gork arranged an interview with Michael Najjar (1966, Germany), a pioneer in digital postproduction and manipulation in photography. By linking up realistic with fictive elements, he creates utopian (near) future scenarios that reflect upon contemporary technological developments. Michael Najjar is also featured in GUP #30, the Metropolitan Issue, with his series ‘Netropolis’. His work ‘Liquid City’ is currently exhibited at Noorderlicht Photofestival’.
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An interview with photographer Irina Rozovsky (1981 in Moscow) who traveled through Israel with three cousins in a rental car.
Jon Rafman (1981, Montreal), an artist-cum-netronaut always on the frontline of our virtual expansion, is fascinated by Google’s panoramic views that support our insatiable need for navigation.
In addition to the Noorderlicht portfolio in GUP#30, The Metropolitan Issue, we bring you six chapters introducing fifteen photographers as well as the six featured themes for upcoming Noorderlicht Photofestival in Groningen, The Netherlands. Today chapter 5: Machinery.
Noorderlicht Festival announced participants for Metropolis: City Life in the Urban Age.