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A Very Still-Life

Updated: May 30, 2020

Our home has been transformed into a personalized ecosystem of work, play, pleasure, exercise, learning, cooking, celebration and recreation. All these different systems of being are affected by a timeline with an unknown end date. With lack of resources and mobility, still life photography has taken on new meaning in this global pause. Will the new aesthetic last past isolation? How has the inability to “escape” shifted for photographers? What resources will emerge to promote still life home life?

Brad Trone

“It’s actually been nice to have the constraints of the quarantine for making new work. The

limitations have forced me to create new images with things around my house and try to make it i