This one was by invitation …
The theme of BluePrintReview Issue #30?
“… instan/ce(s) … dedicated to series of works that explore the nature of moments … dedicated to current or previous creative online projects, especially daily online projects that cover a certain amount of time and explore a format / theme / place …”
When the invitation landed in my in-box, I immediately thought of my photoblog VisuaLiving. I scrolled the pages, waiting for a theme to emerge, and it finally it did: Static Motions. The logic is detailed at the bottom of the publication page itself. Here it is:
The issue cover page appears at the top of this post: 3 x 3 squares, some of them clickable, leading to the publication pages of specific writers and artists whose words and/or images appear, including those of Mexico’s Rose Hunter, and the California-based Sina Evans. Click the fish, and my own images appear. It’s a new format for the international Germany-based e-zine. This format, like the one of times past, is testimony to the elegant design–something that struck me as appealing and compelled me to submit work for the first time back in 2009.
“BluePrintReview is an online journal constructed to ease the complex and beautiful convergence of language and art and all the possibilities this entails.” – NewPages.com