Philipp Gallon: An Anthology of Common Conversation

An Anthology of Common Conversation is a series of photographs exploring recent social and political changes in the USA from a queer European perspective. The long-term project depicts America, its people, and their surroundings, and attempts to create a visual archive focusing on subjective experience and individual encounters rather than...

Vlad Dokshin: Living with HIV in Siberia

Says Vlad: Every hour in Russia, 10 people become infected with HIV. Today, our country ranks third in the world in terms of the number of new cases of infection (after South Africa and Nigeria). A million Russians are HIV-positive. Irkutsk region is confidently among the first in terms of...

Jannica Honey: When The Blackbird Sings

When the Blackbird Sings focuses on the female body and its links with nature. The compelling works depict naked women of all ages as well as poetic shots of flowers in water. The subjects are family, friends and acquaintances of the artist, always posing outdoors and at twilight. Honey shot...

Anna-Tia Buss: I Never Realized

Says Anna-Tia: The female body is linked to beauty and all the expectations that come with it. Throughout visual history, the male view has dominated the perception of female beauty. This subjective notion is usually linked to culture and upbringing; despite globalization, beauty standards differ from place to place. These preferences...

Louise Amelie & Aljaz Fuis: Sole Harlem

Sole Harlem. The one and only, unique and pure – just Harlem, and nothing else. The title introduces Harlem as a magical place of longing that only works and lives within, and cannot carry its characteristics to the outside world. The words do not only convey the uniqueness of this...

Caff Adeus: WOOLVS

In his most dynamic and thought-provoking exhibition to date, Caff Adeus sheds light on his own inner turmoil by warping reality to visually depict the manifestation of stress, doubts, insecurities, depression, trauma, anxiety, and the like, and how all of these things silently push and bend us from within. This...

Tabitha Barnard: Cult of Womanhood

About her project says Tabitha: Growing up in a small town in rural Maine, my contact with others was limited. ​My sisters and I lived in a close-knit religious culture where sexuality was never mentioned. ​I was raised alongside three sisters. As children we created elaborate fantasy games ​and tried...

Yannick Cormier: Theatre Land

The series Theatre Land arose when Yannick Cormier met Muruga Boopathy in 2015. The director of the theater company “Manalmagudi Theatre Land” is a descendant of a family of artists and intellectuals from Kovillpatti in Thoothukudi District in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. As the series evolved, it became a kind...

Javier Corso: MATAGI

Matagi are traditional hunters living in small villages and settlements in the highlands of northern Honshu, the main island of Japan. From its origins, back in the middle of the XVI century, they have made a living by selling meat, skins and other products derived from the hunting. Its main...

Stephanie Gengotti: Amori Nomadi / Circus Love

The Circus. Perhaps there is nothing more anachronistic. A legacy of a past millennium, kept alive in microcosms on the fringe of reality, in many of the forgotten European States. They manifest for pleasure and nostalgia of times now buried among the ruined pages of worn history books. The Circus...