Instructional Video Made Under Hypnosis

We're here for a long time, not a good time, so

Reflections of Hong Kong

Internet Love Poem


Honeymoon Rehearsal


Kristall ohne Liebe is the latest photobook from Alexander Binder. Literally translated “Crystal without Love,” this new collection is a visual journey into a mystic parallel world. Seen through self-built lenses, prisms and crystals, the photo series captures a psychedelic universe full of contrasts: colourful images, black and white photography, life, death, beauty and ugliness collide.

Drawing influences from Symbolist painters like Odilon Redon to the rainbow aesthetics of the Hippie culture and the German Krautrock movement, these images were photographed over a period of more than 5 years in Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and Germany.


Webber Gallery Space, Unseen

Just showed my miniature houses and East of the Sun, West of the Moon for the first time with Webber Gallery Space at Unseen this year!

2 New 8x10 Masked Negatives from Oregon and Washington

Harvest - Exercises in root system domestication

Exercises in root system domestication
‘In my photographic work I explore the relationship man has with his natural environment and his desire to control nature. For the past few years my fascination has mainly been focused on the dynamics of underground plant parts. I’ve been captivated by the root system, with its hidden, underground processes; it is considered to be the brain of the plant by plant neurobiologists.
Charles Darwin was the first to watch the behaviour of plant roots. In his book The Power of Movements of Plants, he describes how roots do not passively grow down, but move and observe. A root navigates, knows what’s up and down, observes gravity and localizes moisture and chemicals. Darwin discovered that plants are a lot more intelligent, than everybody thought. For contemporary botanists, this buried matter is still a wondrous land. There is a global investigation to discover this hidden world. I also want to explore it and apply the ‘intelligence’ of plants in my work.
I approach the root system as if it were yarn. For example, the refined, white root structure of grass reminds me of silk and the powerful, yellowish strands of the daisy I compare to wool. Harvest – Exercises in root system domestication is a continuation of my earlier work on plant roots. This photo series is actually a study of work, a research for the work that I will realize in the coming year. Together with botanist scientists from the Radboud University Nijmegen, I will develop a carpet and textile of roots.’

Home Sweet Home.

Little Strokes Fell Great Oaks at LORD LUDD in Philadelphia


Unseen Photo Fair 2015: Misha de Ridder @ Juli├Ętte Jongma

Juliètte Jongma @ Unseen Photo fair Amsterdam 2015 | Booth 16
18 September - 20 September 

Lisa Oppenheim (New York, 1975)
Misha de Ridder (Alkmaar, 1971)

POLAROIDS by David Armstrong

Edition of 1000
64 Pages
20.5 X 25.5 cm
£20 + Shipping