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Looking Up

When we walk through city centres, how often do we look up? Katharina Klopfer is interested in the graphic details of urban environments.

Intriguing Locations

In May 2020, Audrey Marquis bought her first camera. Lockdown made it difficult to photograph people – so she decided to shoot houses instead.

Across the Dunes

Brad Walls’ latest aerial series is inspired by 1940s fashion photography. It also taps into feelings of isolation from the past 18 months.

Stories Untold

Figures stand in rivers and lakes. Headlights pierce through tree trunks. Martin Stranka’s compositions are full of suspense and mystery.

Mirrored Environments

“What if nature looked at itself? What would it see?” Loreal Prystaj places herself in wild places – physically holding up mirrors to the environment.

In a Digital World

Our relationship to the material world is changing. Ben Cullen Williams creates works reflecting on what it means to be human today.

Reaching Skyward

All over the world, every year, birds are on the move. Bastien Pourtout and Edouard Taufenbach’s collages capture flights of swallows.

Frames of Gratitude

Rohina Hoffman’s portraits – created during the pandemic – pay homage to food and family, encouraging us to pause, reflect and give thanks.

Moments Distilled

Nick Prideaux’s images distil moments of beauty from the everyday – from sun drenched scenery and seascapes to legs tangled up in sheets.

Growth and Acceptance

Butterflies encircle faces. Orange balloons float in mid-air. Deep blue leaves engulf bodies. Fares Micue is a self-taught conceptual photographer.

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.

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