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maría fuentes
Global south, global north. Colonized and colonizer. Primitive, modern. Nature, technology. We could keep on reciting cartesian dualisms until we ran out of them, if that moment will ever come in human history, and still would not be able to grasp the essence of what is going on in these pictures – or snaps of time and space, fragile while strong, capable of travelling both, or even able of making both disappear. Us humans have created many labels, binarism, to define each other and the world that surrounds us. The case of the opposites Africa-Europe is just one of the many – but it is the one that means the most to me. When I took these pictures during a period of four years in Cameron, I could not yet realise that I was capturing not only myself, but what I have come to read as the origins of humanity. Remember when we were humans, when the earth was earth, beyond all possible classifications that allowed some humans to exploit others and the very Mother? Look through my eyes and see the moments of before, of the beginning, of a cycle to which we could all fight to go back to. To life.
belonging
Ebony (2)
By
maría fuentes
maría fuentes
Global south, global north. Colonized and colonizer. Primitive, modern. Nature, technology. We could keep on reciting cartesian dualisms until we ran out of them, if that moment will ever come in human history, and still would not be able to grasp the essence of what is going on in these pictures – or snaps of time and space, fragile while strong, capable of travelling both, or even able of making both disappear. Us humans have created many labels, binarism, to define each other and the world that surrounds us. The case of the opposites Africa-Europe is just one of the many – but it is the one that means the most to me. When I took these pictures during a period of four years in Cameron, I could not yet realise that I was capturing not only myself, but what I have come to read as the origins of humanity. Remember when we were humans, when the earth was earth, beyond all possible classifications that allowed some humans to exploit others and the very Mother? Look through my eyes and see the moments of before, of the beginning, of a cycle to which we could all fight to go back to. To life.
belonging
Ebony
By
maría fuentes
Maria Hall. (Delusar)
During lockdown I was alone for over 78 days so I started a mundane visual diary of the time spent alone. I also ended a relationship with someone who I cared deeply about the whole process was so extremely painful which influenced my photography and impacted on the loneliness and vulnerability
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vulnerability
Mrs
By
Maria Hall. (Delusar)
Maria
Global south, global north. Colonized and colonizer. Primitive, modern. Nature, technology. We could keep on reciting cartesian dualisms until we ran out of them, if that moment will ever come in human history, and still would not be able to grasp the essence of what is going on in these pictures – or snaps of time and space, fragile while strong, capable of travelling both, or even able of making both disappear. Us humans have created many labels, binarism, to define each other and the world that surrounds us. The case of the opposites Africa-Europe is just one of the many – but it is the one that means the most to me. When I took these pictures during a period of four years in Cameron, I could not yet realise that I was capturing not only myself, but what I have come to read as the origins of humanity. Remember when we were humans, when the earth was earth, beyond all possible classifications that allowed some humans to exploit others and the very Mother? Look through my eyes and see the moments of before, of the beginning, of a cycle to which we could all fight to go back to. To life.
Photograph
belonging
Ebony
By
Maria
Tereza Kleovoulou
A connection with nature is all you need to feel the divine. There must be something superior to us. A creator. Our planet is beautiful.
Photograph
open-category-2
Wander
By
Tereza Kleovoulou
Tereza Kleovoulou
A sister can be a best friend as well, bringing you a sense of belonging. A sacred family and even feelings of oneness. The reflection in the mirror can show our reflected thoughts and the bonding in between two different but same personalities.
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belonging
'Sisterhood'
By
Tereza Kleovoulou
Tereza Kleovoulou
Dreams can vary from something pleasant to something intense and nightmarish. It is a reflection of our subconscious, a glimpse of our hidden selves and minds. Landscape in dreams can signify our spiritual path. At least that is what i believe.
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dreams
Dreams Can Be Nightmares
By
Tereza Kleovoulou
Tereza Kleovoulou
Sometimes vulnerability can be shown in a landscape photograph. A window of a house shows man made and organic elements. A triangular shape hiding a tree, is like the vulnerable human soul.
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vulnerability
Naturally Cropped
By
Tereza Kleovoulou
Lamarriv
'Casper Clausen' Owner of an unsmistakable voice, as magical & beautiful as a stellar mantle, Casper Clausen is an artist who leaves his mark on any project he undertakes, wonderfully reinventing himself as the leader of his amazing bands Efterklang & Liima as well as Captain Casablanca, his solo project.
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Casper Clausen
By
Lamarriv
Sona Sahakian
Sona Sahakian (1996) is a visual artist based in the Hague, the Netherlands. She graduated from the department Fine Arts at the Royal Academy of the Arts , The Hague. Her works consist of paintings, drawings, collages, photographs , installations and films (video art). In recent years she has participated in various groups exhibitions and projects. Her works are about the search for an inner experience of time, where memories are made experienceable in the shape of fixation and transformation. She strives for a fusion of past and present , which creates a dynamic and timeless dimension. The transience, the cycle of human existence - life, death and rebirth - plays an important role in this; this transforms our reality and strengthens our human consciousness. In her art she wants to stimulate people's imagination and sensory experiences in which the traces of the past are revived in the present, which remains anchored in her memory and thus enriches her personal history. In this way she wants to inspire people to make an inner journey by really feeling and discovering for themselves what the treasury of their existence is.
belonging
Together
By
Sona Sahakian
Rossella Calabretta
Peeling a prickly pear, eating a fig on the terrace with my family while listening to my neighbors talking and to chirrup of the cicadas: That's why I always come back home. Simple things that remind me of my childhood in the South of Italy, of my grandpa who was always trying to remove spines from his hands, of my grandma cooking for her little grandchild, of my skinned knees after a bike fall.
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belonging
Madeleine de Proust.
By
Rossella Calabretta
Sona Sahakian
Sona Sahakian (1996) is a visual artist based in the Hague, the Netherlands. She graduated from the department Fine Arts at the Royal Academy of the Arts , The Hague. Her works consist of paintings, drawings, collages, photographs , installations and films (video art). In recent years she has participated in various groups exhibitions and projects. Her works are about the search for an inner experience of time, where memories are made experienceable in the shape of fixation and transformation. She strives for a fusion of past and present , which creates a timeless dimension. The transience, the cycle of human existence - life, death and rebirth - plays an important role in this; this transforms our reality and strengthens our human consciousness.In her art she wants to stimulate people's imagination and sensory experiences in which the traces of the past are revived in the present and thus enriches her personal history. In this way she wants to inspire people to make an inner journey by discovering for themselves what the treasury of their existence is. Photography is another way for her to observe and record reality. It is an art form in which you freeze a moment of time that immediately becomes the past, but at the same time you breathe new life into the present. This makes the events you have experienced more valuable and reliable, which gives you a new view of life and influences your perspective of life. You always carry the past with you as memories, creating an altered cycle of human existence, which is a glimpse of your soul and consciousness.
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The inverted water world
By
Sona Sahakian
Joseph Rafferty
My name is Joseph Rafferty. Hometown San Francisco, California. I work as Visual Artist. My influences are Jo Ann Callis, Zanele Muholi, Imogen Cunningham, Pierre Molinier and Robert Frank. Currently concluding Director's Fellowship at The International Center of Photography's one-year certificate program, Creative Practices. Last Fall, I exhibited "LOST: a Photographic Journey" during URBAN Photo Awards international photo festival in Trieste, Italy. In 2021 and 2020 Artist Support Grant recipient. Forthcoming solo exhibition "Artists and Americans" (2022) at Barton Gallery concurrently with Artist In Residency Barton College of Visual Performing & Communication Arts in North Carolina. Transart Institute prospective MFA student in Creative Research (2022).
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Homage to Pierre Molinier. 2021. Sculpture, Photographic, Performance.
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Joseph Rafferty
Meredith Shimwell
This is a piece based on my own experience, in moments where I have felt most vulnerable. The stolen clothing represents my need to defend myself from the sense of vulnerability I felt when I first moved to the city.
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vulnerability
Stolen Clothing
By
Meredith Shimwell
Lamarriv
Came the moment to express those feelings of love, fear, disappointment... those which you've been hiding from the world, no matter what this could brings.
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vulnerability
Leaving those words behind
By
Lamarriv
Anna Salminen
Sometimes holding on is harder than letting go. Let yourself be free.
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vulnerability
Let this be a lesson.
By
Anna Salminen
dor-blayer
Polish Mother is the name for a collection of Jewish-polish food illustrated patterns, based on recipes of Dor’s mother. The artwork and written recipes are the results of a search for identity. Different cultures use different terms to express emotions towards immigration, most times in a funny yet offensive way. The dubious title “A Polish mother” is granted to overbearing moms. This idea is a close relative of the well-known “Jewish mother” stereotype that was created across the sea, in the United States. Both terms are attributed to Jewish female immigrants, from Eastern European cultures. Dor suggests that this term also exists in other cultures by different names. “A Polish mother” in the Israeli immigration-based society, is the key Dor uses to resonate the question of identity in the immigration journey. Has it still anything to do with Polish culture, more than 70 years after the immigration of Dor’s polish grandmother to Israel, and can it be celebrated?
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belonging
Polish Mother
By
dor-blayer
chankalun
"Every Body Is A Beach Body" is currently exhibited at the “ExtraOrdinary Exhibition” organised by the Karen Leung Foundation at Soho House Hong Kong throughout Oct 2021. This piece is the first Xenon Neon art in Hong Kong (It is also the gas that creates the unique wiggly effect!) As the only female neon practitioner in the male-dominant and dangerous neon industry in Hong Kong, I hope to empower and enhance female capability through my work. With a collective of international women’s bodies images collected amongst my friends, I wish to feature their bodyscapes and express the idea of “Every body is a beach body” through an organic heart shape achieved from glass blowing and neon bending. The work celebrates all kinds of female bodies despite their shape and skin colour. The heart shape also illustrates self-love and the courage from those women who submitted their images on a different level of self-confidence and belongings in their bodies.
belonging
Every Body Is A Beach Body
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chankalun
alba-vilaplana
As a clinical psychologist I listen to multiple human stories. All kind of individuals struggling to build a personal identity. Everyone keep going through subtle rites of passage. We all are.
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LIMINALITY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
Rite of pasage
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alba-vilaplana
jase-king-2
Liminality was being sequestered at home in self isolation. In between life as we knew it to be and the new normal that was about to begin. I manifested a universe that brought me out of my home and into a new world. A space where my collective memories and experience of my past merged. It birthed the creation of my masks. Each one has a story to tell and together I speak of them as my monsters. These masks were made by hand out of everything I could get my hands on within the confines of four walls. I embodied each mask's character when I wore them on my face and shot a series of self portraits. A Knight's Nostalgia Mask- Reimagined for the 21st century and inspired by the ⠀illustrations of knights in storybooks from my childhood, I explore with gender fluidity in this mask. The combination of heaviness and hardness of armour, with the lightness and airy movements of tassel, provides an interesting dichotomy between hard and soft. Knights are often portrayed as masculine warrior soldiers.In this piece I strip that away and show a softer side to highlight more feminine attributes. The black tassels on the mask are dip dyed in pink. In the dark past of LGBTQIA+ history, this colour has often been used to identify queer people such as the use of pink triangles on the attire of prisoners in concentration camps.
LIMINALITY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
My Monster Masks
By
jase-king-2
Liv Ekdawi
I took this image of my friends on our summer holiday, in between finishing A-Levels and going to uni or travelling. I aimed to explore the juxtaposition between being 18 and legal adults, about to move out into the next chapter of their lives, whilst also still being filled with youthful energy at the height of our adolescence. I worked to convey this through the football table being the centrepiece of the photograph as it highlights the playfulness of young adulthood, despite it being filled with increasing responsibility. Furthermore, this was taken during the COVID-19 pandemic at a time of low restrictions and infection rates, and I wanted to explore the difficulty or ease at which young people were able to readjust to “normal life”. The photograph was shot on 35mm film in July 2021.
Photograph
LIMINALITY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
Miss
By
Liv Ekdawi
aldebaran-solares
About this project. “Hard to tell exactly what this is” explores the ambiguous essence of photography and the relationship between memory and image. A photographic essay composed by scenes that depicts an experience of what makes me, and at the same time what make us as a society, because all of us were made by the same start dust in a continuous state of liminality, a constant change of who we are and what we are. About me: https://www.aldebaransolares.com/about.html
LIMINALITY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
Hard to tell exactly what this is
By
aldebaran-solares
Benjamin Enoch
The poem was written in the Roman piazza it references, where as a foreigner I was feeling both happy, melancholy, and numb for more reasons than the dental anesthetic. The photos attached are three I have taken as an immigrant in my adopted country that, at least to me, in some way captured the spirit of liminality.
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Noon in the Piazza
By
Benjamin Enoch
Jase King
Liminality was being sequestered at home in self isolation. In between life as we knew it to be and the new normal that was about to begin. I manifested a universe that brought me out of my home and into a new world. A space where my collective memories and experience of my past merged. It birthed the creation of my masks. Each one has a story to tell and together I speak of them as my monsters. These masks were made by hand out of everything I could get my hands on within the confines of four walls. I embodied each mask's character when I wore them on my face and shot a series of self portraits. A Knight's Nostalgia Mask- Reimagined for the 21st century and inspired by the ⠀illustrations of knights in storybooks from my childhood, I explore with gender fluidity in this mask. The combination of heaviness and hardness of armour, with the lightness and airy movements of tassel, provides an interesting dichotomy between hard and soft. Knights are often portrayed as masculine warrior soldiers.In this piece I strip that away and show a softer side to highlight more feminine attributes. The black tassels on the mask are dip dyed in pink. In the dark past of LGBTQIA+ history, this colour has often been used to identify queer people such as the use of pink triangles on the attire of prisoners in concentration camps.
LIMINALITY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
My Monster Masks
By
Jase King
Liliana Tapia
The way I saw London was magical, it changed my life forever. Im not the same since I was there. In this photos i can reveal myself in all the possible ways, I felt the power of the city, its energy, its people. I felt that everything is possible. I felt myself as never before. I found myself, i found someone i had never knew before. Im a black and white lover and i feel these photos dont need color because they are all feellings. These photos express my freedom and liberation with the world and the way I experience life through my eyes and the way i see the light and the darkness. My photos are the walk through shadows, reflections, brightness and light.
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LIMINALITY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
Life after you
By
Liliana Tapia
Cristalmar Marquez
''Entre la vida y la muerte yo elijo el cielo'' hago alusión al nombre de la obra del artista Antonio Lebrija, fuente de inspriracion y creación de esta fotografía. Su obra se llama entre la vida y la muerte y en mi perspectiva el cielo es una mejor opción. Soy un sonador que anda caminando siempre por las nubes y así como el carro cae y se refleja. Así se reflejan mis pensamientos, cayendo uno a uno en picada con diferentes formas, con diferentes texturas, con diferentes elementos. En este caso, este bello carro. Pero no es cualquier carro, es un clásico elegante que goza de la libertad. Que no decide entre la realidad del concreto que es su lugar o en la inmensa magia que el cielo le da. El agua lo vuelve a su realidad por que en ella ve el movimiento de sus ondas. Es ahi cuando sabe que a tocado el cielo y a vuelto para contarlo.
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LIMINALITY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
Entre la vida y la muerte yo elijo el cielo.
By
Cristalmar Marquez
Cristalmar Marquez
Is that me? Or is just an illusion of my thoughts? How do you feel after a lost? Didn't you felt that you lose some part of you? Or this lost creates a new version of you?. She and I we was asking ourselfs the same, we both lost something. We know that we are not longer the same person anymore who we used to be and we are not sure who we are now. The difference between me and her is that I lost some identity, my self and some dreams. I do not know who is this new person. After covid started and all that time isolate, I lost some of my self finding my purpose in life. I had been living the past six years of my life living in both sides of the border US/MX. And to be honest I never feel part of any of those in all that time. But now I have been here at my natal home spending more time that I had been in years and it feel strange. I discovered that I do not longer connected with the culture of my city is. I also noticed that it changed all this years, I was so busy going from one side to another that I wasn't putting attention how the city growted. My city Tijuana, my home changed and I changed too. Who am I know? I ask my self. I know Im not longer the person who I used to be before covid begins, and I know Im not sure if I want to be that person again. When covid started I was 25, now Im 27, times fly. And she? My friend in the picture? Well I only can tell you she lose her mom and that is all you need to know.
LIMINALITY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
Is that me? Or is just an illusion of my thoughts?
By
Cristalmar Marquez
La Casa de Mas Abajo
When it was still possible to embrace, not knowing if we will ever embrace again, we live far from our homes, in a period of quarantine , without seeing our families, we have created our own little family, before it was normal to embrace, now we don't know when we will be able to embrace again, but still, we are closer than ever. We live in a period of transition in which not everything is possible but everything can be possible again. ____________________________________________ French poem; « Elles à l’époque ou nous pouvions encore nous enlacer » Elles, qui me montrent leur coté le plus intime, lorsqu’on pouvait encore se toucher. Elles, qui me permettent de découvrir ce qui leur appartient, leur monde intérieur le plus privé. Elles qui ont réussi à créer un lien entre nos peurs, nos passions et nos entiments les plus pronfonds/. Elles qui sont parvenues à créer une petite famille lorsqu’elles sont entrées dans mon monde pour ne plus jamais en ressortir.
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LIMINALITY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
The Intimate
By
La Casa de Mas Abajo
Natalia Vicente
This space was inspired by The Shaker sense of order and neatness and by the "Persane" lamp design from french designer Jean Royère.
OPEN CATEGORY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
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Natalia Vicente
anja bartelt
OPEN CATEGORY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
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anja bartelt
davide lepore
A brief glimpse in the day of an immigrant visiting his childhood happy place
OPEN CATEGORY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
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davide lepore
sofia inglese
Sofía Inglese is photographer based in Buenos Aires, Argentina whose work aims to capture a soft beauty in the world surrounding her. Characterized by a peaceful approach, her work is rooted in the surrounding environment, and presents a glimpse into the fragility of beauty.
OPEN CATEGORY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
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sofia inglese
asep supriyadi
I am a new street photographer. I started it just few months ago. Here are few works I did in couple last weeks. All are in real events, tried to get the shot in the right moment.
OPEN CATEGORY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
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asep supriyadi
mimi vollgraf
DARK VINTAGE FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY WITH MODEL NORA LEE
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mimi vollgraf
karishma
In the midst of an emotionally tough time, I went travelling and went to Cambodia a couple of other countries in Asia. Being from an immigrant family and an island, family and challenging what success means in a city like London is something I always pick up on when I take photos. I like a busy frame and I'm attracted to the juxtapositions of textures and expressions in one place. Here, the couple's hard work to make a future for their children, in a country where control over your freedom was never easy, drew me in and connected with my own experiences of my parents hard work, to give me opportunities they never had. They were really lovely as they made sure we took snacks they had made to eat and keep us on our journey. To me these people are just as successful as any city banker or corporate exec in this multi-dimensional world.
OPEN CATEGORY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
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karishma
oliwia koczorowska
I've suffered from depression and anxiety my entire life.I always loved photography and fashion, and “modelling” for my own images seemed like the most effective emotional outlet I could find. As I started to take nude self-portraits, which seemed to capture me in my most honest and vulnerable state to express my emotions – both positive and negative – through the photographs. The process of taking self-portraits has taught me its okay to feel vulnerable and how to express that vulnerability to others.
OPEN CATEGORY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
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oliwia koczorowska
jc robielos
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jc robielos
ndona
I wrote this piece gazing outside my small university window during a very random but typically confusing British snowy season. I got out of my bed and just felt lifted and light when watching each flake do whatever it intended to do. I often find that my writing process works when I am called to look out into the world and connect it with how I am feeling internally or how the external reflects my internal in some way, whether through personal relationships, societal issues or mental conflict. I find that this piece helped me understand that it is okay to accept change and that there is infamous beauty in life's chaotic and beautiful ebbs and flows.
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ndona
Nensi Jurin
If the sea could speak would it tell us stories about all the promises people made and broke? If the sea could speak would it tell how heavy loneliness is? If the sea could speak would it tell us how it feels to feel it all? Location: Hvar, Croatia 2017.
OPEN CATEGORY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
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Nensi Jurin
Nensi
Before the Storm Fond memory from Copenhagen trip in 2016. Taken in Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
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Nensi
Ricardo V
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Ricardo V
Tom B
about a geisha
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Tom B
Tim De Wit
I love NY
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Tim De Wit
Emma S
home street :)
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Emma S
Ric
NY NY
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Ric
Aanika Sorenstan
Sumo practice, behind the scene
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Aanika Sorenstan
Ric V
schoolkids sequence
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Ric V
Adam Mcgill
fly away
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Adam Mcgill
Albert Doe
Fast landing in new territories
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Albert Doe
Anna J 5
Imperial palace
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Anna J 5
Anna J
between lights and lenses
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Anna J
Peta Roxy Brady
Hi there! I'm Peta, an Aussie freelance writer living in Amsterdam. Mostly I write about feelings, expressing them through poetry, essays, and short stories. Nothing too conventional, generally based on my own life experiences. I hope you enjoy my work :)
OPEN CATEGORY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
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Peta Roxy Brady
Pkay Leftlane
This piece is a literal concoction of wild thoughts, a great idea and self conflicts within mental and physical boundaries. This piece was inspired by the following: Lockdown Dietary choices People forcing beliefs Animal cruelty My son And to get me past my ideal of perfectionism and worry of what my body physically looks like
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Pkay Leftlane
Shiva Moin
Embracing the unpredictability and impermanence of film photography, amplified through in-camera double exposures.
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Shiva Moin
Oihane Azcona
The view from Ben Nevis. Hiking Ben Nevis was challenging but totally rewarding. I was prepared for it but I wasn't prepared for what I found during the ascent. It started with a brick of juice here, a plastic bag there... but as I paid more attention to it, I saw that very often there was trash on the sides of the path. At some point, I couldn't keep walking leaving the wrapper of a chocolate bar. It was trapped by a rock in the middle of a water stream, very visible but still there. So at that time I told my partner I was going to pick it up. From that moment, we started picking up all the trash we could carry on our way up and specially paying attention to it during the descent. Honestly, your knees suffer so much on the rocks as you are coming down that picking up litter was a good distraction. There are initiatives to clean the mountain lead by volunteers, that have found the most strange things including half a toilet or underwear... What if everyone would ensure to leave no trace? What if the next time you see some rubbish you make a little effort to pick it up and put it in a bin so we can all enjoy this magnificent view?
OPEN CATEGORY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
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Oihane Azcona
Lia Niobe
From the smallest of seeds the tree grows, striving for the skies. Branches form, ramify and blossom in the rhythm of time. The human figure transforms. Growing out and into each other. _____ Wie der Baum, der aus dem Samen wächst, zum Keimling wird und in die Höhe strebt. Wie die Äste sich formen, sich verzweigen und im Rhythmus der Zeit blühen. So ändert der Mensch seine Form und verwandelt sich.
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Lia Niobe
Alisa Burachuk
This series of illustrations were made especially for a mental health project for practicing therapist Natalia Petrikova. 1. Angry management 2. Love inside you 3. Illusion of control All these illustrations represent the deeper feelings and desires that we all can relate to. Anger, love, anxiety in a movement of a hand, a glimpse of emotion, tender and strong at the same time.
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Alisa Burachuk
Juliana Rogge
Trace Footprint left in the place where it is passed: trail. What marks the passage: clue. What's left: remnant. What remains: something. Self-portraits made using camera obscura. Bio: Juliana Rogge have a degree in Film at UFPE, University Federal of Pernambuco, city of Recife, Brazil. Multimedia artist. She is interested in studies and practices that mix image, writing and performance. Works as a photographer and video editor. She provided services to companies such as: UNICEF, Canal Futura in Rio de Janeiro. I took a short course of filmmaking at NYFA, New York Film academy. Currently, attending postgraduate studies in Art Therapy, by "traços", in Brazil. During the quarantine she produced an photography series called: "In Between" shown in group exhibitions at "That art gallery", a Gallery in UK, and at the "Houston Center of Photography". And works as a colaborator in a independent publisher called: "Piscina Pública Edições", the owner is the visual artist Ana Paula Albé. Also works with Marcela Mastrocola and Amanda Venturelli at the independent publisher. Has photo works at collective photobooks.
OPEN CATEGORY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
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Juliana Rogge
Camilla Heath
The street in front of the volcano.
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Camilla Heath
Irma Angelica Bejarle
This photogrpah is from my oingoing project titled, "Radiation". Radiation is a series of portraits taken with monochromatic UV photography, a technique used in dermatology to reveal the damage caused by sun exposure, among other studies. The purpose of the work is to raise awareness of our skin as a protective shield against an outside world that is progressively becoming more uninhabitable due to global warming. The project uses a direct/scientific technique through an aesthetical point of view; it presents the imperceptible appearance of our organism as an analogy for how we do not consider global warming alarming because it’s not immediately apparent, though its effects are interacting with our bodies without us noticing, leaving behind a trace in our skin.
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Irma Angelica Bejarle
Yannick Joos
An intimate moment shared on a hot summer night. While this moment is gone it’s feelings are still vivid.
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Yannick Joos
Eva Damstra
This is a photo from my new series "know me" The series is about intimacy and the boundaries of intimacy in friendships.
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Eva Damstra
Monica Galan
I’m an illustrator based in the UK seeking to contribute to your magazine. I love projects about wellness and personal development, nature and food! I can illustrate articles, recipes, maps, quotes or short stories. I believe in highlighting and complementing the words with images. I tend to work with simple colour palettes, a timeless feel and and my focus is on telling a story with images. I mostly work digitally, I use both Procreate and Photoshop, and I love including handmade textures and line work.
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Monica Galan
Susana Aparicio Lardies Sal
This image symbolizes for me the fragility of childhood, that flower to awaken, which is already emerging. The fragility of being a woman. And at the same time we discover in it a latent force that pushes it outwards. Power still contained in its chrysalis.
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Snehal Amembal
My work is inspired by my motherhood journey as well as by my own childhood experiences. My writing is influenced by everyday moments and observations.
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Eliana Cogliano
My first time in Brighton, I was just walking around and the Bandstand was on my list on the things to see. I was leaving when I saw this young couple going there to have a nice romantic view of the sea/beach and I thought it was a very nice picture. Don't know the couple, though.
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Eliana Cogliano
Deansadler
I was interested in an “out of place” concept. Living in “Sin City” Las Vegas, I thought it’d look really cool to recreate one of my favorite photographer’s work, Peter Lindbergh. The idea of an angel walking the busy streets of Vegas, amongst all the people, looked really cool in my mind. And it also lends itself to open interpretation.
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Deansadler
Nina Shabat
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Nina Shabat
Gaelle Weigel 1

Who You Are.

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Gaelle Weigel
This text is an ode to my grandmother.
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Gaelle Weigel
Christian
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Jc
A poem dedicated to all the pieces that feel they dont fit the puzzle.
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Noni Madeleine
Dear postall, With everything happening in the world today I think it is meaningfull to be aware of your roots and connect with them, so to honor your ancestors and have a better understanding of who they were and who you are. Sometimes through conversation ,reading or research but for me connecting also happens through painting. My energy and heart merge with the subject or person i am painting. This feels like i come home to myself a little bit more everytime. I believe that by looking back (at your family, who they are and where they came from ) you look forward. Sometimes this is a difficult path, but it will help you show parts of yourself that need to be seen in order to grow. This is what the ROOTS series is about for me. Connecting with my black roots. Painting this series felt like therapy and healing. For the series i asked my father, a photographer, to select pictures of the family. These pictures were my inspiration. I love how, my father being somehow involved in my process, feels full circle. thanku for sharing my story. The titels of my paintings together form a poem : 1 Grandfather,what’s on the next page? 2 love your curlers and your curls. 3 just like chiki would have said. 4 and what is it you are thinking of? is it me? 5 in my mind. i smell your scent. i know it’s you , it’s always you. 6 my wisest auntie would have said. 7 and my other auntie, i remember her laughing. 8 you look just like us , like me , like her x love noni
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Giulia Paola Licciardi
Self-though photo portraits based in London,used 50mm lens on a 60D canon. Ps: when I tried to upload the last picture the system it rotates my picture ,I tried to modifying it but I couldn't. Is it possible make the adjustment on the right side?vertical. Thank you so much. Giulia
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Tunde Oyebode 5
A man on a holiday in the south of Italy meets a woman who unearths a strong desire and obsession.
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Tunde Oyebode 5