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Staging Womanhood

Diana Sosnowska investigates constructions of womanhood through the lens of two distinct roles: the magician’s assistant and the hysterical patient.

Breaking the Rules

Blandine Soulage is a Lyon-based French visual artist who is interested in the “architecture of bodies” and the relationship between humans and urbanity.

Space, Colour, Form

Connor Daly depicts liminal spaces where lurid green, blue and purple shapes emerge from stark black backgrounds, delineated by white borders.

Fragments of Nature

Miko Okada visits and revisits, takes and retakes, in order to develop repeated exposures of the same location. The result is a series of dreamlike collages.

Reframing the Landscape

Salt extraction sites. Marble quarries. Dry lake beds. Burning gas wells. These are the backdrops for Liz Miller Kovacs’ striking and surreal self-portraits.

The Shape of Water

In these abstracted visions of lakes and seas, captured by photographer Dave Hoefler, waves roll and flow into one another like oils on canvas.

Styles Collide

Simone Hutsch, aka heysupersimi, cuts and pastes traditional British alehouses, taverns and inns – many centuries old – in front of surreal backdrops.

Experimental Botany

Over 180 years since Anna Atkins’ pioneering cyanotypes were published, artists are still grappling with how to depict organic shapes and forms.

Wall of Nature

Under Vietnamese photographer Viet Ha Tran’s lens, a living wall becomes something else entirely. Her pictures are like stepping into a hallucination.

Street Photography Now

Colour, light and shadow are important ingredients for a successful photograph. Five artists single out moments where people, buildings and objects meet.

Memory and Legacy

Olufemi Olaiya is part of a wider movement by contemporary creatives to redress the balance of history, how it is packaged and how it is told.

Guided by Details

If we looked a little more closely, what might we see? Photographer Lucy Sparks answers this question in a collection of fragmented photographs.

A Space Between Worlds

For Taysa Jorge, art is a way of matching her inner thoughts with the physical world. Her works unfold in a blue-purple haze, as if in the middle of a dream.

Journeys After Dark

Daniel Grizelj draws inspiration from classical paintings. Focused light is essential – whether it appears from under branches, rocks or snowy peaks.

Alone, Together

For Rala Choi, the most important element in constructing a scene is to communicate his characters’ innermost thoughts and feelings.

Slices in Time

Cal Cole photographs various locations – from cityscapes to electricity pylons – over a period of 60 minutes between sunset and nightfall.

Life on Mars

Self-taught photographer John Barbiaux is a master of the everyday, capturing sweeping cityscapes and natural vistas to quiet streets of American towns.

A Closer Look

Photographer and educator Ryan Parra has spent 10 years researching the flora of the southwestern USA, combining visual art with scientific techniques.

Future Gardens

Zane Priede asks questions about how plant life might evolve. The result is a dystopia – where uncanny flowers and fruits mutate before our eyes.

Layered Horizons

Polish-born photographer Magda Biernat, who is based between New York and Paris, is interested in the oceans and how they connect to one another.

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