“Extinction is felt not when it has arrived but beforehand, as a deep shadow cast back across the whole of life. The answer to the question of who experiences extinction and when, therefore, is that we the living experience it, now and in all the moments of our lives. Hence, while it is in one sense true that extinction lies outside human life and never happens to anybody, in another sense extinction saturates our existence and never stops happening. If we want to find the meaning of extinction, we should start by looking with new eyes at ourselves and at the world we live in, and at the lives we live.” - Johnathan Schell

Curators and Artists

  • photography
  • alternative process
  • wet plate
  • collodion
  • platinum
  • palladium
  • still life