Ekant Veer is using his photos to share his passion seeing the extraordinary and aims to grow up as a photographer. He is looking for that moment in time that changes life!
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Ordinary Life Memories
BY GAELLE MESSAGER
@ VOL 7
ON DEC 17, 2013
Gaëlle Messager catches every day glimpses of scenes from ordinary life which strike her as surprising, amusing or outrageous and memorizes them before recreating them on paper. "Gretchen, et vous ?" is her new book of drawings and texts created after a one-year trip to Berlin in 2011. (In French)
"I Want to be Ordinary"
BY INDUSTRY OF THE ORDINARY
@ VOL 25
ON MAR 05, 2013
Industry of the Ordinary is a two-person art group that aims to explore and celebrate the commonness of everyday life as well as challenege the derogatory notions of the ordinary. Listen as the humorly talk about a few of their projects and reconsider what it means to be ordinary.
"Presentation of the Day" on July 14, 2014.
Seeing Life Through The Lens
BY CHARLENE DUNAWAY
@ VOL 8
ON AUG 13, 2015
Leaving no stone unturned (and no leaf for that matter), Charlene Dunaway has always had a knack for finding the hidden gems in the world around her. A splash of color, a flash of light, or an unusual shadow will stop her in her tracks, igniting her sense of curiosity and leading her down a lesser travelled path to a new discovery. No subject can be called ordinary or mundane once Charlene lays her eyes on it. Though finding her passion later in life, she has always looked upon her world with wonder and is excited to share it with anyone willing to see.
The vision from a couple of lifestyle engineers
BY ESTHER BUNDELLU
@ VOL 19
ON SEP 16, 2016
Jonny and Esther Bundellu are a brother and sister team dedicated to their lifestyle brand GURU LIFE. They describe the harsh truths of vision and how it has played out in their lives. Vision can sometimes be a cruel mistress and the initial intentions of it can sometimes manifest into unique yet wonderful ways if you are open to it.
Everything you’re seeing right now...
BY DANIEL MINER
@ VOL 8
ON JUL 13, 2017
What you're seeing right now... is really the result of an amazing interplay of multiple layers of procession of light into visual perception.
To many people, vision is just a tool to get along in everyday life. To neuroscientists like Daniel, however, it is a huge field of study with a long history and still ongoing research. Hear - and see - Daniel breaking down the complex processes for you, to shed some light on the function of this elaborate machinery that we are all so much relying on.