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David Wright – Peter ($100) for A River Blue ; David is one of the Pause | to begin founders, featured on oitzarisme.
“In January and February 2009 I spent 2 months in the small village of Alebtong, Uganda. Peter is one of only a few elderly leaders because most were abducted and brutally killed by the Lord’s Resistance Army for not offering support to fight the Ugandan Army. Absence of elderly persons amongst the communities has adversely affected their culture and development.”
Jon Feinstein – 8 Grams ($40) for Housing Works; featured on oitzarisme.
“This series uses a typological study of burgers, fries, chicken nuggets, etc. to investigate the love/hate relationship that many Americans have with fast food and, like many other details of global culture, its ability to be simultaneously seductive and repulsive.”
Sonja Thomsen – crawfish (lacuna detail) (sold out) for charity : water ; featured on FlakPhoto.
“The photograph is one of seventy-five images from my 2009 photographic installation titled lacuna, which considers memory and aging.”
Elizabeth Fleming – Hammock ($40) for Austin Children’s Shelter
“This image is from an ongoing body of work called Life is a series of small moments, which is my attempt to create lasting documents of transient moments, specifically within the realm of childhood and child-rearing.”
Ben Huff – Facing North (sold out) for Gift of Life Transplant House.
“This image of an abandoned home on the coast of the Arctic Ocean was taken during an afternoon layover in Barrow in November, 2009.”