Sensory Technology

Thin Air is a gargantuan, walk-through immersive art experience that highlights potential future directions for multidisciplinary art.

Glacial Topography

Half of the world’s glaciers will vanish by 2100. Artist Julian Charrière “gives the dark side of the polar region a new voice” in compelling installations.

Visual Revolution

Ori Gersht is known for destroying painstakingly recreated versions of classical paintings, responding to time periods of technological revolution.

Dynamic Expression

Photographer Djeneba Aduayom turns to the layered and contrasting emotions within people and their complex relationship to landscape.

Shaping The Future

Photographer Sarfo Emmanuel Annor is fascinated by colour: drawn to the subject of African youth and its “power to shape the continent’s future.”

Aquatic Exploration

Alexej Sachov documents an emerging species of aquatic creature: the result of chance collisions between plastic pollutants in the deep.

Crafting Atmosphere

Cristina Coral’s imagery brings the psychology of space to our attention – a field exploring the impact of the built environment on emotion and mood.

Deep in the Forest

The works of Norway-born Rune Guneriussen are rooted in a sense of magic. Lamps appear nestled amongst lush green ferns and climb up trees.

Bursting with Colour

Green spaces are beneficial to mental health and general wellbeing. Viet Ha Tran wants to increase awareness of the importance of outdoor areas.

Unseen Landscapes

“There is a hidden luminescence in the wilderness of the American West,” writes Cody Cobb, a photographer and keen explorer based in Nevada.