Brooks Shane Salzwedel’s photography, between the possible and the imagined (Lampoon)

Brooks Shane Salzwedel's work is presented in in Lampoon Issue 22.


Salzwedel is using his inner strength and inner child to tell his story: a self-created process involving materials such as graphite, waterproof inks, colored pencil, pen, acrylic, tape, spray paint, collage and glass gives an even further feeling of depth. Reimagining a new life for the objects, he often uses Bullseye Glass – recyclable glass and sometimes parts of broken glass that would have been disposed of. His work often focuses on natural and unnatural landscapes, disconnected from their usual surroundings or places in time. 


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August 1, 2021