Student artists Ben Tisdale and Branden Gosse present “The Roads That Divide Us” at the Lionel Rombach Gallery.
From the artists: “Tucson is a city built in a grid and its infrastructure is built for cars. This infrastructure makes it harder to move around and engage with a large part of the city.
“Tucson is a car-centric city. This infrastructure can be harmful to those without cars, including those not capable of driving or affording cars, which tends to be economically disadvantaged individuals.
“Street photographers walk where we live and document our environment. Street photographers are forced to engage with our infrastructure to take photos.”
- Ben Tisdale is a fine art photographer currently studying at the University of Arizona, working on a Bachelor of Fine Arts concentrating in Photo, Video and Imaging. He lives in Washington state and takes photographs of various subjects. Website: Bentisdale.com. Email: email@example.com. Instagram: @le_tisdale
- Branden Gosse is studying geography and photographs at the U of A. As a prior imagery analyst, there is an art form to analyzing images from the sky. He enjoys combining both his photography and geography skills to show the world from above. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org