Ed Ntiri is a photo generator utilizing 35mm black and white film. For him, the process of making images is a ceremony of light, chance, and memory in which focus is less important than feeling. We’re featuring select images from his Oakland Series in issue 18, Transcendence. More of his work can be viewed at instagram.com/ntirie.
Congratulations to Steven Berroteran (Mills College, MFA Studio Art, 2017) for his winning submission to our 2016 Visual Art Contest: “Kara.” He has won $100 prize, plus publication in our 18th issue of 580 Split, due out in April 2016.
Ariel Hansen Strong is a book artist and designer based in San Francisco. Her signature printmaking methods are linoleum relief and letterpress processes. Strong’s interest in artist’s books began while she was studying sculpture at the San Francisco Art Institute (BFA 2011). She utilizes the form of the book in her work because it calls … More Break by Ariel Strong
We’re pleased to present the 2nd Runner-Up of our 2016 Visual Arts Contest… Alison Haselback is a current MFA Candidate at Mills College, class of 2017. See more of her work at alisonhaselbeck.com
In this preview from the 2015 edition of 580 Split, Garin Hay interviews artist Emily Ritz, whose work will be appearing in the magazine. Garin Hay: Your work is incredibly unique, and some of that uniqueness comes from the variety of media you use to create your worlds. Tell us about the materials you’re working with in your sculptures … More “The limitations of each material act as guidelines and inspiration for the work itself”: an interview with Emily Ritz
In anticipation of the 2015 edition of 580 Split, we are releasing an excerpt from an interview with Doug Rice as told to Rebecca Woolston. Doug Rice is the author of An Erotics of Seeing, Between Appear and Disappear, Dream Memoirs of a Fabulist, and other books. He has been a Literature Fellow at the … More “Photographs are forever in mourning”: an interview with Doug Rice
Bhanu Kapil lives in Colorado where she teaches through memory, the monster and experimental prose at Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. She also teaches in Goddard College’s lowresidency MFA. She has written four full-length works of poetry/prose: The Vertical Interrogation of Strangers (Kelsey Street Press), Incubation: a space for monsters (Leon Works), … More an Interview with Bhanu Kapil