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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.

Artful Compositions

Hannah Whitaker’s images demonstrate a keen eye for colour and form – dramatic, artful compositions move from high-end accessories to stationery.

Celebrating Individuality

Justin Dingwall’s ‘A Seat at the Table’ series is centred around perception and individuality whilst reinterpreting everyday objects in new ways.

Graphic Distortion

Niall Staines turns serene landscapes into surreal dreamscapes, pulling waves downwards as if the lines were a solid cross section in the earth.

Personal Ecologies

Vanja Bučan explores humanity’s juxtaposing relationship with nature – between ambivalence, control and, paradoxically, romanticisation.

Material Studies

Vilma Pimenoff’s series brings Vanitas compositions into the Anthropocene age, drawing upon our production and use of plastic.

Suggestive Introspection

Kristoffer Axén’s practice is centred around surrealism and solitude, examining imagined existences both literally and figuratively.

Neon Topographies

Maria Lax is a London-based photographer from a small town in Northern Finland. She is known for seamlessly blending reality and fantasy.

Concrete Platforms

Minh T.’s images are a reflection of serenity and hybridity, as well as isolation and loneliness in a network of concrete as it merges with the sky.

Altered Perception

Marcus Møller Bitsch’s most recent series asks questions about the nature of memories: their veracity and our interactions with them,

Environmental Concepts

“The way to heaven out of all places is of length and distance.” Stefano Giacomello renders landscapes that offer a sense of freedom and visual serenity.

Visual Harmony

As a lover of architecture, Salva López’s images build on abstraction, forms and lines, and looking for what he defines as “global visual harmony.”

Journey and Nostalgia

Patrick Clelland is a Sydney-based photographer whose work explores the atmospheres of urban environments constantly in flux.

Objects as Characters

Nicolas Polli plays with domestic still lifes, imagining a world – like many of us have throughout lockdown – in which objects are characters.

Lost and Found

Kao Saephan is a photographer and writer who’s interested in the cinematic nature of smaller, often forgotten towns in California.

On a Knife-Edge

Bara Prasilova’s surreal images teeter on the edge of absurdity and humour, using props to create authenticity and real physical tension.

Pathetic Fallacy

Felipe OA’s images communicate feelings of isolation and loneliness in the landscape, heavily inspired by literary and cinematic aesthetics.

Works in Isolation

Sean Jackson’s new series is a collection of images capturing New York during the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic, between 13 March and 10 May.

View from Above

David O’Meara’s photo composites walk a fine line between forms, evoking a familiar sense of longing
whilst hovering above pedestrian crossings.

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