When the sun sets everything changes, and anything goes. Shadows, and strangers, lurk, and new perspectives abound. On this night, we’ll give credence to the true stories that flourish only in darkness.
DIY culture is everywhere, from reality shows about interior designers gone wild to the wonders of the artisanal mayonnaise craze. But makers are bigger and bolder than the trendy labels we stick to them. We’ll uncover the stories to prove it.
Technology is f$%#ing berserk. And it’s especially so when you stop and think about the ways we record stories these days: Smart phone cameras in every kid’s hand. Google Glasses accessorized with skinny jeans and suit jackets. On this night, Narratively celebrates the impact of technology on storytelling and takes a hard look at where we’ve gone, and where we’re headed.
The theme for SLIDELUCK NYC XVIII is “Secrets.” Artists are invited to submit work that explores notions of deception, revelation, confessions and wishes. The show will be curated by Gideon Jacobs, Creative Director of Magnum Photos, and Matthew Leifheit, Photo Editor at VICE Magazine.
The submission deadline is Friday, August 26th.
From a nail-biting narrative on the battlefield of Syria to a profile of a peace-loving pizzaiolo who’s fighting for his right to sling pies, we’ll introduce the audience to the complex flavors of real-life warrior.
Stories, like a stick of butter left out on the counter, change dramatically over time. But unlike a fine wine, they don’t always get better with age. Here, Narratively looks at several tales of “then and now,” from a photojournalist who caught up with her subject thirty years later to an unbelievable occurrence that happened just last year, exploring the complexities and impact of Father Time.