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Au Revoir

Hey Everyone,

So, after more than five years, The Exposure Project has decided to disband to work on personal projects. pet hospital . kitchenaid repair atlanta . Over the past year, life has accelerated, leaving an inadequate amount of time to dedicate to the project. landscape designers . We are really proud of what we have accomplished, but it is time to move on.
We would like to thank everyone who tuned in, supported and collaborated with us over the years. Your encouragement and readership is what made The Exposure Project so rewarding. We will always be grateful for that.
The blog will be kept up as an archive for those who still want to access it. The website, however, will be taken down in the coming weeks.
So long and see you around!
-Ben Alper & Anastasia Cazabon

Au Revoir

Hey Everyone,

So, after more than five years, The Exposure Project has decided to disband to work on personal projects. Over the past year, life has accelerated, leaving an inadequate amount of time to dedicate to the project. We are really proud of what we have accomplished, but it is time to move on.
We would like to thank everyone who tuned in, supported and collaborated with us over the years. Your encouragement and readership is what made The Exposure Project so rewarding. We will always be grateful for that.
The blog will be kept up as an archive for those who still want to access it. The website, however, will be taken down in the coming weeks.
So long and see you around!
-Ben Alper & Anastasia Cazabon

Update + New Collaborators!

Hey Everyone!

Many of you have probably been wondering what has become of The Exposure Project. Over the last six months, we have taken a necessary hiatus to work on personal projects and to do some restructuring. We are now happy to report that we are officially back with some exciting programming lined up for the coming months. In addition, we are now working with two new collaborators, Aaron McElroy and Phil Jung. We are really excited to have them both on board and wanted to take a moment to introduce their work to you here.


Aaron McElroy


Phil Jung

Regular posting to the blog will resume this week. As a means of highlighting our distinct artistic interests, each of us will take up a week long posting stint. Phil Jung will kick things off this week, followed by Aaron McElroy, Anastasia Cazabon and finally Ben Alper. After this point, and in an effort to further the collaborative mission of this project, the blog content will be contributed weekly by a different guest poster. If you have any interest in being a contributor yourself, please send a CV and a sample of your writing to [email protected].

We are also currently working diligently on the preparations for our fifth Exposure Project publication. north carolina self storage . Further details and submission guidelines will be announced shortly. Also stayed tuned for exciting news regarding Graphic Intersections v. 02!

Update + New Collaborators!

Hey Everyone!

Many of you have probably been wondering what has become of The Exposure Project. Over the last six months, we have taken a necessary hiatus to work on personal projects and to do some restructuring. We are now happy to report that we are officially back with some exciting programming lined up for the coming months. In addition, we are now working with two new collaborators, Aaron McElroy and Phil Jung. We are really excited to have them both on board and wanted to take a moment to introduce their work to you here.


© Aaron McElroy


© Phil Jung

Regular posting to the blog will resume this week. As a means of highlighting our distinct artistic interests, each of us will take up a week long posting stint. Phil Jung will kick things off this week, followed by Aaron McElroy, Anastasia Cazabon and finally Ben Alper. After this point, and in an effort to further the collaborative mission of this project, the blog content will be contributed weekly by a different guest poster. If you have any interest in being a contributor yourself, please send a CV and a sample of your writing to [email protected].

We are also currently working diligently on the preparations for our fifth Exposure Project publication. Further details and submission guidelines will be announced shortly. Also stayed tuned for exciting news regarding Graphic Intersections v. 02!