Margaret Liang (Davaa, b.1998) is a Chinese artist based in London. In her project ‘My Grave’, she uses the imaginary grave as a metalinguistic extension of the corporeal to explore matters of memory, ontological presence and self-preservation. In an interview with Liang, we ask her...

Imagine having the platform to share a story with the audience but there is one restriction – you only have 16 pages. This seems to be the concept of the Turin-based photographer Daniel Escoffier (b. 1997) as recently, he founded a zine – Sun 16...

From a young age, Dutch artist Jackie Mulder already felt drawn to doing the unexpected; to break away from the ties that bind us all to this rules-driven world we live in. As a creative, her rebellion was necessary for her to evolve her artistic...

The recently published monograph by Rita Lino (b. 1986, Portugal) suggests a new reading of the body and the model, becoming a pure image and tool, free of any pre-established identity. Lino’s work can be described as diaristic, instinctive and intimate while commenting on the...

In 2019 Hungarian artist Kíra Krász (b. 1995, Pécs) moved to the UK to study at the University of Brighton, where she graduated with a BA in Photography. She now lives and works in Hungary, where she continues to feed her curiosity towards images, exploring...

Luca Desienna (b. 1973, Italy) defines himself as a polyhydric artist and writer who is currently based in Berlin, Germany. He is also the founder and Chief Editor of Gomma and Gomma Books. However, the main reason why we approached Desienna is for his 2018...

Luca Desienna (b. 1973, Italy) defines himself as a polyhydric artist and writer who is currently based in Berlin, Germany. He is also the founder and Chief Editor of Gomma and Gomma Books. However, the main reason why we approached Desienna is for his 2018...

Carla Liesching (b.1985, South Africa) is a multi-disciplinary artist working with the media of photography, text, collage, sculpture, installation, bookmaking and design. Her experience of growing up in apartheid South Africa to a strong extent shapes her oeuvre which focuses on colonial histories and enduring...

Siqi Li (b.1998) is a Chinese artist currently based between London and Beijing, who recently graduated from London College of Communication with a MA degree in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography. Her practice explores centric and profound human experiences such as loss and longing; an emotionally charged combination...

Norman Behrendt (b.1981, Germany) is a Berlin-based visual artist whose main aim is to raise critical awareness of the political and social changes of our time. His work is on the verge of documentary and conceptual photography, mingling between truth and fiction. In line with...