‘Szevasz Lujzi’ by Adrienn Józan

Adrienn Józan is a photographer born and based in Hungury. Szevasz is a Hungarian informal, slightly old-fashioned greeting to express “hello” and “goodbye.” Lujzi is Adrienn’s childhood nickname, sometimes her mom still calls her that. In the opening words of our conversation, she mentions something that really reflects her project : “I did not want to […]

‘Abendlied’ by Birthe Piontek

Born and raised in Germany, Birthe Piontek moved to Canada in 2005 after receiving her MFA from the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen, Germany. Birthe’s art practice explores the relationship between memory and identity, with a special interest in the topic of female identity and its representation in our society. Abendlied, her recent […]

On Alzheimer’s Disease with ‘Berta’ by Karla Guerrero

Karla Guerrero is a Mexican photographer from Mexico City, where she lives. Within her artistic practice, she writes articles in a platform named Espacio Gaf dedicated to the investigation and promotion of Latin America Contemporary Photography. Her series Berta deals with her grandmother with Alzheimer’s. First of all, how did you start photography? I started while […]