Exposure

Cap(able)

Cap(able) is our first issue of Exposure, WSN’s photo blog. Each month we will explore a different topic through the eyes of four young artists. This month we are taking a closer look at the work made by those who are differently abled, both mentally and physically. Curating this issue was especially meaningful to me due to the strength I was able to feel from each body of work. The resiliency shown throughout these projects is something we can all learn from. Thank you to the contributing artists for all their hard work and to you for taking the time to look through it. By Sage Lally

I have Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia, Insomnia, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and Major Depressive Disorder.

photos and words by Kodie Harris I HAVE SHOWN SYMPTOMS SINCE I WAS 8 YEARS OLD.It took 12 years to diagnose and once I found...

Past Issues

Exposure | Winter on the Square

Winter is met with chattering teeth and migration to warmer lands. But for over 40 years, WSN photographers have braved the New York winter...

In Between

In Between is a photo essay by Tisch sophomore Alina Patrick that portrays people who fall between different identity groups. It focuses on three...

I have Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia, Insomnia, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and Major Depressive Disorder.

photos and words by Kodie Harris I HAVE SHOWN SYMPTOMS SINCE I WAS 8 YEARS OLD.It took 12 years to diagnose and once I found...

EAT

  photos and words by Sarah D'Oliveira “EAT” focuses on the different stages of people in recovery from eating disorders.  Growing up, struggling as well with an ED,...

Acts of Kindness

photos and words by Nolan Trowe As a disabled man in NYC, the smallest acts of kindness go a long way to make my life easier....

An exposé on the pharmaceutical industry

photos and words by Joey Gage This project is an exposé on the pharmaceutical industry and all that comes with taking medication. The way in...

Exposure: Family First

    “I woke up with the most indescribable ache in the center of my chest. I’m lying in a strange bed, in a strange city,...

Exposure | Jay Shin, Tattoo Artist

Jay Shin is a Korean tattoo artist at Black Fish Tattoo. He specializes in minimalistic and fine line designs, though he is not limited...

Exposure | Snapshots of Sydney

During the semester of Fall 2017, I had the amazing opportunity to study abroad at NYU Sydney. Many people do not realize that NYU’s...

Exposure | Stay Informed, Stay Inspired

I try to be as honest as I can be in my life. And to be honest in this piece is to make clear...

Exposure | Pillow Fight

Despite the “fight” in pillow fight, Saturday’s annual event in Washington Square Park felt more like a celebration than a battle. Pillow fighters young...

Exposure | Signs of Change

Marches are great ways to band together, push for change and show support for a cause. This Saturday, New Yorkers young and old (and...