‘Between Gods and Animals’ by Shawn Bush

Lens-based artist Shawn Bush grew up in Detroit, MI, a city whose civic history and geographic location have profoundly influenced how he thinks about physical space within American sociopolitical and socioeconomic landscapes. As a result, his photographs and collages are responsive to over-built systems, failing icons, and collapsing mythologies. Bush is the founder of Dais Books and […]

‘The Bliss of Girlhood’ by Kristina Rozhkova

Kristina Rozhkova (1996) was born in 1996 in Perm (Ural), Russia. She has studied philosophy at the Perm State University, where she started taking photography. In 2019 moved to Saint-Petersburg where she studies MA in Practical philosophy of SPBU. She is also a student at Fotografika school. Project StatementFor some reason, as a society we […]

‘Charbon Blanc’ by Teo Becher

Téo Becher was born in France and now lives in Brussels. His photographic work focuses on the complex relationship between nature and culture. His photographs suggest the trace of human intervention in different environments, transformed according to human needs. Charbon Blanc, her recent photobook published by Le Bec En L’air. Maurienne’s mountains are marked with […]

‘Companions’ by Yana Wernicke

Yana Wernicke is a German photographer currently based in a small town close to Frankfurt am Main. Her work often revolves around the photographic depiction of animals and humankind’s relationship to nature and other beings. ‘Wernicke documents with subtle grace the close bonds between two young women and the farm animals that they rescue, love, […]

‘Anatomy Of An Oyster’ by Rita Puig–Serra

Rita Puig-Serra Costa is a Barcelona-based photographer. With a background in Humanities and an MA in Comparative Literature, she later studied Graphic Design and Photography. Closely related to literature, Costa’s work revolves around the concept of identity. Her investigations also explore the essence of human relationships, and the influence that love, death, luck or memories […]

‘Trials’ by Andrés Mario

Andrés Mario was born into two Cuban families and grew up in Miami as a first generation Cuban-American. The death of his mother helped him galvanized his need to know more about himself and what he is capable of expressing. After graduating, Andrés moved to New Mexico. Since living in the desert, his obsession with […]