‘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 […]

Bailey Quinlan: ‘A Day at The Lake’

Bailey Quinlan is a 27 year-old fine art & commercial photographer from New England, currently based in Boston, USA. After accomplishing artistic studies at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) & Tufts University, she eventually focused on photography. Several years later, she attempted to pursue wedding photography in order to make a living doing something creative, and to […]

Kata Geibl Questions the Human Advancement in ‘Uncanny Valley’

Kata Geibl studied photography in Budapest at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design and at Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture in Helsinki, Finland. Her work is mainly focused on humanity, collective memory and the ambiguities of the photographic medium. In Uncanny Valley, Kata uses delicate references to the science fiction movie Solaris […]