Jennifer Loeber: GYRLE

“In my mind, my own self-image, is the picture of Jennifer and some of the other girls I knew and

Alessandro Gallo: With the Best of Intentions

Dozens of incomplete or uninhabited buildings stand guards of the village – Cagnano Varano – suspended between the sea, the

Kaitlyn Danielson: Of Breath And Dust

The breath is our life source; its’ cycle resembling a miniature life and death, appearing and disappearing in a constant,

Kati Bruder: WE – THE REST OF US

Says Kati: Inspired by Beltempo’s text, I initiated several visits to housing communities, searching for the relationship between social connectivity

Marica Kolcheva: Meteorologica

Says Marica: By hybridizing documentary and fictional narrative strategies, I investigate the relationship between modern meteorological science and weather modification

Michał Konrad: Birds and People

Birds are like humans, and people are like birds. They are smart and stupid. They are nice and ugly. They

Bérangère Fromont: Except the Clouds

Says Berangere: Athens is an oxymoron city. Its flamboyant mythological heritage coexists with its dark and dramatic political-economic situation. Its

Cristina Coral: Alternative Perspective

Says Cristina: Trough this project the altering of the perspective creates a different/alternative perception. The space and the environment are

Majlend Bramo: Like Sugar in Milk

Shot in Mumbai, India, this is the story of the fight for survival of the Parsi community. Parsis are the

Paul Harmon: WaterMarks

WaterMarks is a series of abstract Australian landscapes of North Western NSW. Their production has been a journey that has