CALL TO ARTISTS
Photography Artist Residency: Scotland
At MERZ Gallery @merz.gallery in Sanquhar, Scotland. During the residency, artists will make a work to be exhibited at MERZ Gallery as part of “Mythical Landscape: Secrets of the Vale,” an exhibition by an international group of artists, all of whom traveled to Sanquhar to investigate a sense of place and make artwork that speaks to the rich history and folklore of the region.
For the application and additional information click here or on the image above.
• Variable speed (ISO 200-800) I’ve pushed to 1600 with very good results, but the sweet spot is around 400.
• 120 format!!!!!!!!!!!!
• Classic cinematic look
• Rich tonality
• Excellent sharpness
EveNSteve like this film so much we’ve already made an artwork using it. Click on the movie below to watch the one minute artwork film by EveNSteve:
There Are Forests In The Animals
As I mentioned in the audio above I really wanted to showcase the cinematic feeling this film has, but also show the creative flexibility that is possible. This is not a modern film, and that is a very good thing!
A few sample images below showing the packaging which is of very high quality and a little bit of camera porn….
In conclusion I think the images speak for themselves. How wonderful in 2021 to be welcoming a “new” B&W film to our world…
Take a tour of the studio of Eve and Stephen Schaub! In this 13 minute virtual tour we showcase our Monuments to Now outdoor artworks in a Vermont hayfield, discuss our process and feature our collaborative artworks recently seen in such venues as the Bennington Museum and Burlington City Arts.
Eve and I (EveNSteve) are very excited to share this article by Ric Kasini Kadour which was first published in issue #29 of Kolaj Magazine and now on featured on Medium. Our artwork My Phantom Cat is featured in the article.
Plagues, Monuments & Going Big with EveNSteve
Saturday, July 25th, 2020. 2PM-EST/11AM-PST
When they were called to quarantine, artists EveNSteve made a six-panel artwork that combines in-camera collage with handwritten texts to explore the idea of plagues in history. As lockdown continued, they began to display art across the street from their home in a roadside hayfield. Kolaj LIVE Online presents a virtual tour of their outdoor art gallery and artist talk about their recent work. The event is also the book launch of A Wonderful Plague. Registered attendees will be sent a link to a 22-minute film about A Wonderful Plague.
ABOUT KOLAJ LIVE ONLINE
Kolaj LIVE Online is a series of virtual programs in the form of forums, panels, workshops, artist talks, studio visits, and other activities that allow people to come together, learn and talk about collage, and connect in real time to the collage community. Visit the series website at: http://www.kolajinstitute.org/kolaj-live-online/