We all need a risk dose that adjusts to our limits; from bungee jumping to dyeing your hair blue or buying a t.A.T.u t-shirt, every human being needs a small shot of adrenaline now and then.
Julia Galdo and Cody Cloud know about the limits of risking. In fact, they’ve bought a house with a garden in said limit because that’s home for them; that’s where they’re comfortable and that’s easy to see. With amazing talent they united in the same picture composition, colour, surprise and volume creating on the spot picture that are full of references but that also build their own discourse. Bravo for the risk.
It’s not cool to repeat clichés and we know that age doesn’t matter, size neither, that you can’t judge the book by its cover and that high school hotties age awfully. But Steph Wilson was born in 1992; she’s 24. 24 years old, which is less that a quarter of a century. She’s very young. And that’s where the magic is.
Wilson lives in London and she’s an artist, a photographer and has an incredibly developed style. It seems that her images are moments in stories where you don’t really know what’s going on, but you definitely know that something unsettling is going on and you don’t really know if you want to stay to discover it. Her discourse on gender and beauty only makes it more perfect. Blessed youth and its emojis.
Wilson vive en Londres y es artista, fotógrafa y tiene una mirada increíblemente trabajada. Da la sensación de que sus imágenes son momentos de historias en los que no se llega a saber exactamente qué está pasando, pero todos intuímos que algo inquietante hay en todo esto y no sabemos si queremos averiguarlo. Su discurso sobre el género y la belleza no hacen más que perfeccionarlo. Bendita juventud y sus emojis.