Alice Zilberberg: Meditations

In this series, Zilberberg creates animal montages as an expression of self-therapy. As a person living in the west, moving through a daily life that is sometimes high-pace and emotionally complex, the artist finds calm in the presence of these wild animals. The animals are placed in serene and ethereal...

Krzysztof Ślachciak: Cosmic Perspecive

The series was inspired by public appearances and lectures of science educators like Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Carl Sagan, Richard Dawkins, Michio Kaku, Lawrence Krauss or Brian Green. It seems that their attencion is not only with educating the public but also with planting mindbending thoughts that make you reasses your...

Jim Kazanjian: Anomalies

Says Jim: My images are digitally generated composites built from public domain photographs found online. Through a palimpsest-like layering process of adding, subtracting, merging and blending the various elements from these source photos are stitched together to create a seamless whole. I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array...

Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy: Façades

Says Zacharie: The façade is literally the first thing one sees of a building, as its surface. It can be imposing, superficial but can also suggest safety. I've always liked to wander around in a city, I walk through the streets with those questions in mind : what will happen...

Flavio Aquino: Urban Interference

Urban Interference is an experimental project with artistic narratives about the influence and occupation of urbanization on urban space and the author 's interference in this occupation. An archaeological action of the author himself, who throughout the year photographed various spaces and situations of the city of Natal. Using the...

Francisco Diaz & Deb Young: The Lost Boys

Set within an unknown time, the undercurrent of tension in this seemingly unruly world is juxtaposed with signs of confidence and curiosity. Looking through the multi-layered dynamics of what it means to be an adolescent, this series is a metaphor for that inner/outer journey of humankind experiencing ‘transition’. What becomes...

Karin Crona: Duckface

This is the meeting between a series of nude self portraits and a box of women's magazines found at a garage sale. Published in 1967-69, their pages show the kind of society I was born into - naked as a baby girl, with no idea where I had landed. I...