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Fire

April 28, 2009 1 comment

The Big Angel

April 4, 2009 Comments off

Fade (Gas Total)

March 26, 2009 1 comment

Solo

March 21, 2009 Comments off

Explosion 1

March 14, 2009 Comments off

Ascension

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Get Away

March 1, 2009 Comments off

Rest

February 22, 2009 1 comment

Flying Home

February 13, 2009 4 comments

One of ten selections from the unpublished manuscript Flying Home. (Click on image to see at larger size.)
World War I poem

by steve d. dalachinsky and Sig Bang Schmidt

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Process notes
Sig writes:
I began working on objects connected with the Great War in 2002. I chose photographs from the war and painted over them digitally, cutting parts out, “rearranging” the pictures. This fragmentation made new images arise, transmitting ideas and messages that were not — or not directly — visible in the originals.

For steve’s notes, see Icarus in No Man’s Land.

Icarus in No Man’s Land

February 3, 2009 2 comments

One of ten selections from the unpublished manuscript Flying Home. (Click on image to see at larger size.)
WWI poem

by steve d. dalachinsky and Sig Bang Schmidt

Download the MP3

Process notes

This is the first of ten images we’ll be featuring from an unpublished manuscript by dalachinsky and Schmidt called Flying Home. steve writes:
Sig is a German painter. He altered WWI photos and i poemed along to the image. There are 55 of ’em in total. As far as process goes, it’s like call and response. Sig sent his altered photos and i looked and shot, so to speak. Based on his titles and the images i went really on a mental cutup and spontaneous reaction in most cases too.