Paul Neale, contemporary artist, discusses red lines and coded environments, fractured figures and distorted bodies, and how pre-existing imagery adds texture to perception.
We are honoured to showcase a selection of visual artist Paul Neale’s rich, cross-media works in our summer edition Gallery.
From Bondi Beach to the remote Welsh hills, visual artist and entrepreneur Craig Kirkwood discusses his yearning for something lasting and how it led to his recent publication, Aber: a pictorial homage to the Welsh town of Aberystwyth.
Australian visual artist Craig Kirkwood shares a selection of images from his homage to the Welsh town of Aberystwyth, in this issue’s Gallery.
Take yourself away and into the colourful chaos of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in Gallery I
“It seems like I am always on the move, but that’s not always the case.” Martina Bisaz is a Zürich-based scientific illustrator and photographer known for her Instagram collaborations and landscapes. She talks about how she works, and her favourite times of year.
Martina Bisaz is a Zürich-based scientific illustrator and Instagrammer known for her collaborations, landscapes and her little Fiat car.
“First is obsession, second is photography being just a tool.” Photographer Olga Bushkova talks about how photography took over from her former career in science and programming, and on looking for the normal.
“First is obsession, second is photography being just a tool.” Photographer Olga Bushkova is our featured Gallery artist this season, and she talks about how photography took over from her former career in science and programming, and on looking for the normal.
Liz Eve is an award-winning, Berlin-based photographer and writer with a passion for documenting architecture, construction and sustainable design. “My main topic for personal work was the ‘non places’ within the city, areas that groups such as collectives of artists, skateboarders, street runners, organisers of parties and raves, musicians and graffiti writers used to create different experiences. These in-between spaces, whether temporally or spatially defined, act as a magnet for those operating outside of social norms and rules.”