Tag Archives: Mike Fernandez

Asylum of the Birds: an Interview with Roger Ballen

MF: this physical place that you commonly refer to as the asylum is contrastingly a place of refuge and at the same time a place of insanity, and you come back to it… RB: I have been working in these … Continue reading

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Even Dwarfs Started Small

And the sun never goes down. Someone sings i don’t sing to be heard or because i know how…in the open, a chicken bites another chicken, a broken voice opens up and sings…i don’t sing to be heard or because … Continue reading

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Masquerade

i’ll give you a name if you make me a mask, it doesn’t have to suit me, if i can lie, i’ll have my eye on you and me, a mask where the face becomes the place, a photograph and … Continue reading

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And to Think of a Photograph

And to think of a photograph and think of sensitivity and think of William Gedney and think of Emmet Gowin and to hear William saying photography and poetry are very close to capture in a single frame visual forms organized … Continue reading

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Neutral is the only gender that suits me best

Neutral is the only gender that suits me best (Claude Cahun) by Mike Fernandez And, No. I will follow the water in the air, the trail in the water, the mirage in the pupil…I wish to hunt myself down, to … Continue reading

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