Insomnium is the surreal and dream-inspired photography of Kevin Wilson. His work consists mostly of digitally-manipulated photographs, sometimes paired with text; there are hands with eyes, long halls, swimming faces, curious bodies, bits of cats, clocks, broken dolls, strange bedfellows, objects melting and blending and transforming. Many of his photographs, in true surrealist fashion, are renderings of visions and dreams half-remembered. Most are in black and white, with occasional color images -- isn't that how they say people dream?
The work of Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison is surprising and touching. Like Misha Gordin, they attempt to represent human endeavours in surreal, black and white imagery, but unlike Gordin's vast, impersonal geometry of figures, their images, rough and grainy like old sepia photographs, are quirky and intimate. Dressed in rumpled suits, the figures in the scenes seem to be custodians of nature, using string and twigs and ladders and fantastic but old-fashioned machines to rake leaves, shake out carpets of grass, harness lightning, make rain, sow seeds, and dust the sky.
I'm actually a bit surprised that I don't have more sites to share. I have loads of links to wonderful photographers, but none in quite this category. Anyone have anything to add?