Wavering Light is a photobook by Chicago-based film photographer Phuong Nguyen and Toronto-based designer Scott Williamson. The project evolved from a spontaneous e-mail conversation to nearly a year of continuous collaboration. The final product is a unique synthesis of design, writing, and photography by both artists.
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Buried treasure doesn’t always have to be underground. As photographer Ken Heyman discovered, forgotten storage boxes can yield treasure, too. According to Medium, his former agent, Woodfin Camp, requested that he empty his contents from a closing storage facility. That’s when the 83-year-old photographer found a box titled “Mothers,” filled with beautiful images of women and their children.
Guernica’s Rachel Riederer writes, “Teaching college is no longer a middle class job,” due to American universities’ reliance on adjuncts: highly-educated instructors paid meagerly per course and rarely given benefits or a semblance of job security.
An important read for any artists or anyone considering a career in professorship.