Sarah Sudhoff is a photographer based out of Texas whose startling series, At the Hour of Our Death, explores our evasive relationship with the concept of dying and its elevation to a terrifying, almost mythological act, disconnected from the physicality of the thousands of miniscule motions that make up our daily lives.
The Soska Sisters (Jen Soska & Sylvia Soska) extract a gruesome tale from the bowels of the medical underworld in their second horrific feature American Mary. A strong and stoic female lead takes control of the cutting board, as clientele (and helpless victims) looking for “body modifications find themselves under her care. Reminds me a…
David France makes his directorial debut about the indelible protests and fights against the U.S. government’s ignorance against the HIV epidemic of the 1980s. How to Survive a Plague is a weighty and fierce subject that tells the unwavering power of human activism.
Romain Slocombe is an artist, illustrator, photographer that focuses on medical bondage fetishism. He is heavily influenced with Japanese culture and Japanese porn from the 70’s. There really isn’t that many artists like him with Empty Kingdom written all over.