In 1971, experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage made a film titled The Act Of Seeing With One’s Own Eyes. The experimental documentary consists of a 40-minute recording of an autopsy. With close-ups of open rip cages and exposed brain matter, one has a hard time...
Donald Galvin (resin, silicon, walnuts, stereo speakers, sound) Inspired by the Anthropophagi movement, my interest shifted toward the ‘body’ as digestible, excretable material. Having previously lost my Grandad, I appropriated a voicemail he left me along with...
Using a mixture of alternative photographic processes and analogue photography Eva Falk-Drake’s photography explores issues relating to ecology and the climate crisis.
Meeting at the intersection between video-essay, experimental film, and archive document The Roads Are Not Innocent deals with the manipulation of spaces by colonial powers in order to exert their control over territory.
Saeed El-Hassan’s poetry grapples with notions of the self, language and patterns. His cross-medium approach takes from minimalist musical structures, literary works and spatial paradigms.
Showcasing the new filmmaking channel engaging with young artistic communities across Europe as a means of challenging cultural dialectic.
“I hope people find some sort of relatability or understanding in my artwork. Perhaps in portraying my loneliness or pain to the viewer, the viewer’s own loneliness might be eased slightly. I want my paintings to call to that vulnerability inside oneself, and transform it into a force of empowerment.”
Referencing Rodin’s statue in the title, the photographer developed the theme in collaboration with the model – an aspiring actor struggling to stay true to his path – in order to find a sincere interpretation that could resonate with the audience.
A war story.
A poem about Marks and Spencer adverts.
Maria Goundry explores further the relationship between melancholy and nature.
Lily Guy-Vogel’s poem is a reflection on living in London in 2019.
Seulki Ryu uses the format of the Polaroid to make audiences reconsider whether the artwork is only a photo.
Maria Goundry writes about melancholy and nature.
An inspirational poem by Hala Chekri.