Kara Vorabutr (b. 1996, Los Angeles)

Growing up in a time where the art of crafting were declining in favor of the rise in digital technology, I was drawn to more traditional mediums such as shooting film, playing with found objects and foraging for obscure foliage to make something of beauty. The prospect of making a career out of my own authentic visions is what drives me. In my opinion, creating makes daily life less mundane and my creations could make someone else's less as well. What constantly fascinated me is that we as humans all perform the same daily routines to survive, yet every culture is a rich gem to learn about and explore with our eyes. Beauty for me is a warm feeling and I find beauty in pockets of natural light, negative space, along with balance and chance in timing. Self-progression and quiet individualism in my vision is what I document into my visual diary. My body of work and style is based on creating ambiance and capturing human-to-surrounding interactions in colors, installations and photographs to make significant again the joys of everyday life.


Photographer & Installation Artist based in Paris

Curator of The Residue Journal & Collective

email: angievorabutr@gmail.com + instagram: tabularasta


Past Shows:

"The Golden Age"  group show presented by The Residue Collective at Collective Shop in Los Angeles, CA on December 2, 2016.

"Staycation" group show presented by The Residue Collective at Collective Shop in Los Angeles, CA on September 16, 2016.

"Fine Art" 2nd Annual Photography group show presented by The Hive Gallery in Los Angeles on September 4, 2016 to October 1st, 2016.

"Inliquid Art + Design Benefit" silent auction and fundrasier at the Ice Box in Philadelphia, PA on February 6, 2016.

"Permanent Gravy Drift Group Zine Show" presented by Empty Stretch & Permanent Drift at Gravy Studios & Gallery in Philadelphia, PA on December 4, 2015 to January 31st, 2016.



Soft Hoagie Rolls Interview

Jack Day

The Block Zine Review by Strant Magazine

The Block / Same Coin Press


Photography by Thomas Morris