Visualising Mobile Photography and Art Interview with Meri Walker from the United States

Visualising Mobile Photography and Art Interview with Meri Walker from the United States


Today, we are publishing our twenty third visual interview, this time with Meri Walker from the United States. Walker’s photographs work together in this visual interview to offer a deeply personal look at her life through the lens of mobile photography. As you travel through the interview, every image invokes a sense of brooding anticipation. Piece by piece each photograph conjures up a mystery, exposing the ominous in the innoxious and revealing how seductive it can be. Fears and fantasies embroiled with the allure of terror and excitement, climaxing in a recognisable and relatable visual study, one depicting a reflection of influence to the viewer.  This interview embodies the quest for personal exploration and serves as a document of our times.

I am so excited about this new Interview section within TheAppWhisperer. A picture speaks a thousand words, so says the English language idiom and as this is a website by and for visual artists, we felt this section was long overdue. We asked a series of mobile photographers and artists ten questions, in text format and we asked them to respond in their very best way, visually and in their own style of photography/art, the results are unique and incredibly exciting.

To read our previously published interviews, with Deborah McMillion, M. Cecilia Sao Thiago, Christine Sobczak, Liliana Schwitter, Armineh Hovanesian, Lorenka Campos, Donna Donato, Eliza Badoiu, Juta Jazz, Susan Rennie, Kate Zari Roberts, Lynette Sheppard, Debara Splendorio, Irene Oleksiuk, Davide Capponi, Vanessa Vox, Amanda Parker, Clint Cline, Christine Mignon, Bonobo Stone, Jerry Jobe and Joshua Sarinana please go here.


How Would You Describe Your Mobile Art?


What Does Mobile Art Mean To You?


What Are Your Aspirations?


Your Current Mood?


What Makes You Laugh?


What Makes You Cry?


What Would You Like To Be Doing Right Now?


Where Would You Like To Live?


What Do You Aspire To Creating?


What Does Mobile Art Represent For You?


Contact Details for Meri Walker







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2 thoughts on “Visualising Mobile Photography and Art Interview with Meri Walker from the United States”

  1. I LOVE Meri Walker’s work. She speaks a visual language I understand. I always have to stop and think about what she has to show, and say with her intriguing titles. My sojourn with an image of hers is always worthwhile!

  2. What a quirky, delightfully surprising journey this was, Joanne. Thank you so much for the opportunity and for all the opportunities and highly educative content you share here so faithfully about the global mobile art movement. You were one of the first offering a light for us in the darkness of the new movement and you’re still holding the lantern high, so many years later. I’m forever grateful.

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