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“Create More” Collage,
CreateLab 2022

Premio Ramiro Lagos, 2022
Presentation
Primer Premio | 1st Prize
Segundo Premio | 2nd Prize
Premio de traducción | Translation Prize

Imágenes | Images 
Christian Báchez, ’23
Ari Herrera, ’22
Dora Calva, ’22
Grace Hoelscher, ’22

Fotografía | Photos
Stephen DiRado (Clark University)
⟩ Bell Pond Photos
⟩ Across-the-Table Photos

Ficción | Fiction
Juan Andrés Ercoli (Argentina)
Priscila Ponce Jovel, ’22
Paige St. Lawrence, ’22
Juliana Tronsky, ’22

Reflexiones | Reflections
Diego Avalos, ’26
Borges y nosotros: 
⟩  Diana Chávez Cruz | Mallory Doyle | María Alejandra Méndez | Mario Oliva | Erin Trask

Poesía | Poetry
Tiffany Céspedes,’26
Henrry Ibáñez (Perú)
Fernanda Pérez-Álvarez, ’24
Fiona Willette, ’24

Lecturas creativas (Assumption University)
Introduction | Maryanne Leone
Victoria Freitas, ’23
Madelynn Johnson, ’22
Tasneem Mohommed, ’23
Leah Scontras, ’23

Microcuentos
Anna Dailey, ’25
Samantha Fersobe, ’22
Amy Inestroza, ’25
Ruth López Espinoza, ’25

Agradecimientos | Thanks

Equipo editorial

About us | Sobre nosotros

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 Stephen DiRado (Clark University)
Across the Table

During a visit to CreateLab at Holy Cross in 2022, acclaimed photographer and Clark University professor Stephen DiRado spoke about the power of photographic technique to capture community through juxtaposed instants.

Artworks in his Across the Table series begin when he plunks his camera down on the table where folks are sitting down to talk. As the exchanges unfold, he picks up the camera from time to time, casually firing off dozens of photographs of what interests him from across the table. He also encourages others at the table to play along and do the same, firing off photographs of what they see. Sifting through the snapshots afterwards — sometimes hundreds of them — he looks for two to place side by side as a way to represent the emotions and tempo of the gathering. 

The result, a single image of juxtaposed photos, captures moments of unexpected togetherness, interactions dislodged from time and reassembled through the energy generated by gestures, body language, glances across the table.

Inspired by DiRado’s work, students in CreateLab produced their oen versions of Across the Table photographs, a selection of which is included below





See a wider collection of Across the Table photos and more of Stephen DiRado’s work on his webpage ︎.


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