🔗 The pre-Photoshop art of Sandy Skoglund

These images look digitally manipulated. They’re not.

A post for #WeblogPoMo2024.

Continuing the theme of this months' blogging challenge, here’s another old link from bensinterests. This was originally found and posted on April 2012.

It’s a link to the personal website of Sandy Skoglund, an incredible artist that make an incredible range of photographic pieces between 1974 and 2003 which look like they could only be made digitally but were very much analogue.

Things like this:

They’re a delight.

It’s also a delight that her very 1997 website is still live with very simple HTML headers pointing people to her Instagram or suggesting that these images are best viewed on a tablet. The heart of the site remains; the updates very modest. Very apt for such an analogue, hands-on sort of art.