Diego Brambilla: Off The Mark

Off the Mark is a long-term series which moves from an intimate and personal reflection about the relationship between human and nature. It depicts mysterious places at times occupied by a number of installations addressing a sense of inquietude and ambiguity. In his pictures Diego draws a space in which...

Kevin Williamson: New Life

Says Kevin: Throughout my childhood, my family and I would visit the mountains of Upstate New York. After some time of hiking, fishing, and relaxing by clear waters, we would head back to the familiarities of suburban life. On long car rides home, I would be filled with excitement and...

Giulia Parlato: Diachronicles

Diachronicles is an examination of the historical space, regarded as a fictional container where an apparent collection of evidences opens up to the fantastic. In this space, the attempt to reconstruct the past falls into phantasmal gaps, where things are generated, used, buried, unearthed, transported, and relocated. This nomadic and...

Xiaopeng Liu: Petrichor

Petrichor is a photographic project that examines the exploration of my own existence. An untamed horse, the dome of a mottled palace, the silent sea, and a pathway that leads me toward nowhere. All of these visions have constantly revisited me. By recording these scenes which keep appearing in my...

Swen Bernitz: Landmarks

Landmarks is a conceptual documentation of architectural art objects on former mining dumps in the Ruhr area of Germany. The Ruhr area has been significantly impacted by industrialisation and mining over the last 200 years. As the coal was extracted from underground, inevitably the surrounding rock was also mined. This...

Evgeniya Zhulanova: Polar Night

Dudinka is one of the northernmost towns on the planet. It also includes villages that are spread across hundreds of kilometres from the centre. It is mainly inhabited by the indigenous peoples of the Taymyr Peninsula – the Dolgans, the Nagasans, the Nenets, the Evenks and the Enets. In the...

Ge Zeng: Hallucination

Says Zeng: This is a series of black and white photographs, taken in China from 2012 to 2018. What here is represented doesn't aim to be a simple copy of the real world, it reflects my illusions. I call it the collection of my imagination. I use my way to...

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...