This month I was lucky enough to be one of the contributing art editors for Guernica Magazine. I selected the photography of Scott Peterman whose work I came across and fell in love with back in 2002 when i first moved to NYC. The series I selected for Guernica is of his ice fishing shacks, which he spent several years photographing in the lakes region of Maine and New Hampshire. As Scott addresses in his statement, the “bobhouses” illustrate a narrative that is the essence of survival in the freezing temperatures of the region. They are entirely utilitarian in their purpose using lightweight windproof materials providing warmth and shelter against the elements. See more of the series here.