Toshio Shibata's large scale photographs show spectacular, anti-erosion engineering structures prevelant in the mountains of Japan. The U.S. recently committed 500 billion dollars to infrastructure planning.
Media artist Laura Carton created the photographs in "Stripped" by downloading a variety of pornographic images from the Internet, removing the bodies and then digitally reconstructing the backgrounds from the existing evidence. What remains is the carefully constructed and over-produced fictions of domestic space, suburban melodramas, utopian ideals and fantasies.
Stuart O’Sullivan's, "A Shared History," takes as its theme the history of his wife Dionicia’s family. Her late grandfather’s family were Quakers who migrated to this country in the 1700s. They were among the founding members of the state of Pennsylvania.