The Day After Yesterday – By Salah Bouanani
The latest Shrill Cats feature is a beautiful journey into a type of fictional reality through the eyes of artist Salah Bouanani. This dreamy series reminds us of a hazy day dream, a memory, and a place that is both familiar and forsaken. Some of her many influences include artists such as Graciela Iturbíde, Flor Garduño, Emett Gowin, Mary-Ellen Clarck, William Eggleston, Diane Arbus, and many others. She is touched by what these individuals bring to her life – a feeling that is best described as the fringe between the magical and the super lucid.
In her own words:
When I’ve made this project named « The day after yesterday »I wanted to catch the magical presence under the familiar.Touching the quiet power and the presence of the energy of things that will happen before they happen.I called it « The day before yesterday » because I am obsessed with timelines overlapping each other.A trip, from The first waters in the morning mist, to the primal cells.A one-way trip; an escape from the city to the river.The mystery of what is there now and what will be in the same point.This point hiding between two footsteps, or in the little space between the inhale and the exhale.The place where everything is possible.Then I can remember, that I have forgotten everything.
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dapix_photo
- Web: www.facebook.com/bleupixel
Pieles, Part II – By Andrea Baretto
Pieles, Part II - by Andrea Baretto In Part II of this series, photographer Andrea Baretto invites us back to "Pieles", a photography project that takes Buenos Aires architecture as its main element. Here, the abstraction of shapes and patterns is seen from a more...
Pieles, Part I – by Andrea Baretto
Pieles, Part I - by Andrea Baretto Earlier last month, Shrill Cats discovered the work of architecture photographer Andrea Baretto from Argentina. Her work is simply unlike most photographers from this genre, who traditionally presents the vast buildings in their...
Submit to us
Shrill Cats is a magazine made for artists, by artists. We are always on the look out for photography with a unique, creative perspective. All photos submitted to Shrill Cats Magazine are automatically considered for publication in our print issues. The best photos are chosen and featured in our print magazine. Click here for details.