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Cultural Malaise

Eliza Bourner is a lens-based artist capturing cinematic self portraits of postmodern living; alienation, loneliness and unease.

Invented Spaces

Sarah Doyle’s images are bold, abstract and contemporary, with sand covered staircases, teetering matches and stacked pink discs.

Luminous Surroundings

Popping up between trees and amongst buildings, Nathaniel Rackowe’s geometric sculptures are characterised by dramatic shafts of light.

The Constructed Self

Karen Navarro’s unconventional portraits investigate the intersections of identity, self-representation, race, gender and belonging.

Improvisational Spirit

Julia Buruleva’s bright, bold and unusual images combine performance and installation – filled with a spirit of experimentation and play.

Altered Landscapes

Ellen Jantzen is drawn to the natural world: oceans, rivers, lakes and mountains. Yet, her artworks do not depict nature as we know it.

Distorting Reality

In Luka Khabelashvili’s images, green grass warps like a painting by van Gogh and clouds cover faces. This is our world, but not as we know it.

Tactile Framing

Tbilisi-based George Tyebcho’s digital scenes are mysterious and evocative; there’s a sense of narrative lurking behind the polished exterior.

Questions of Being

What does it mean to be human? Paulo Abreu’s images are rich in metaphor and surrealism, probing how it feels to exist in today’s world.

Automated by Design

@rachaellic will continue posting images on Instagram without human intervention, as long as the computer on which she is running is online.

Synchronised Movement

Brad Walls turns his lens to the world of synchronised swimming. Set against rippling pools of dappled water, athletes make geometric shapes.

Beyond the Edges

Natalie Christensen’s abstracted, minimalist compositions capture abandoned shopping centres, concrete blocks and swimming pools.

Isolated Landscapes

In 2014, a glacier in Iceland melted. It was the first lost to climate change. Luciana Abait’s work explores immigration and environmental crisis.

A Sense of Nostalgia

Lauren Tepfer’s photographs reflect on being a teenager living in suburbia: a place of endless nights, warm summers and, often, mystery.

Manifesting Desires

Themes of destiny, vision and aspiration run throughout Oye Diran’s portraits and still lifes, fusing pops of colour with detailed motifs.

Evoking the Senses

Kristina Varaksina’s psychologically-charged self-portrait series might be seen as a claustrophobic, 21st century take on classical painting.

Dreamlike Horizons

Judith Sayrach finds inspiration when out alone in nature, creating hazy images of solitary spaces: seascapes, lone trees, sunsets and open skies.

Outside the Box

Rippling tennis courts. Bright red rooms. Portals into open, cloud-filled skies. Artist and designer Akama Paul pushes the boundaries of reality.

Turning Inwards

Viktoria Sorochinki’s series of self-portraits, INsideOUTside, were shot entirely during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Imaginary Lands

In Olivia Lavergne’s ‘Jungles’, the viewer is immersed in a tropical forest filled with a fascinating luxuriance beckoning to be explored.

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