May 9, 2014
“When I was a child, I was very restless and never wanted to sleep. To have a little rest my parents would tie me to the bed, but I was able to escape running around with a mattress and half the bed tied to me…As an adult my life goal is all about preserving my stuff, bringing it from A to B and back again and dropping some of the things in C in between. If I look at the objects maintaining my life as a condensation of material energy, I often wonder how long I could live free and happy from the gain I get out of that pure energy…I don’t actually own so much stuff, but often I dream of burning everything I have.” -Melanie Bonajo
May 4, 2014
You know her, we love her, and she is no stranger to Empty Kingdom. Houston-based photographer Tamara Lichtenstein
has been killing the scene for the last few years and we're here to update you with her latest. As usual, she continues to shine with her camera. Be sure to also check out our past previous three features after the break.