Iridescener Podcast is one that features in-depth interviews with professional photographers, artists, critics, and curators in an attempt to shed light on meaningful topics. Focusing not only on the works and the creative process of featured artists, the podcast also examines how they view society and humanity at large.

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In this episode, we talked about Higher Pictures Gallery, its identity and how it contributes to a degree of equity; as well as problems with the art world, its exclusivity and elitism. We also talked about Julia’s background in literary studies where she draws connection between photography and literature, especially in terms of our perception of time. 

JULIA CURL is a New York City–based photographer whose work examines the architectural landscape of American post-industrialism. Her work has been exhibited in group exhibitions across the United States and Europe, including "Rayko’s 9th Annual Plastic Camera Show" at the Rayko Photo Center in San Francisco, CA (2016); "Residual Form" at the Nave Gallery in Somerville, MA (2016); and "Absences" at Millepiani in Rome (2018).


*Higher Pictures 0:32

*Kim Bourus 0:37

*Magnum Photos 4:05

*Zombie Formalism 11:34

*Adorned in Dreams by Elizabeth Wilson 14:42

*Envy by Yury Olesha 16:46

*The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge by Rainer Maria Rilke 16:52

*Nausea by Jean-Paul Sartre 17:00

*Eadweard Muybridge 19:22

*Towards the Philosophy of Photography by Vilém Flusser 19:45