‘Les Formes Qu’illes Habitent en Temps de Crise’ by Chloé Milos Azzopardi

Chloé Milos Azzopardi is a French photographer and artist. Based on her personal experience, she is interested in the relationship between human and non-human beings, trying to get out of the prism of utility and servitude. Her research focuses on the representation of mental health and the construction of post-capitalocene imaginaries. To start us off, […]

The Missing Eye” by Mattia Parodi & Piergiorgio Sorgetti

Recent studies published by the Cognitive Brain Research have shown, using instruments that measure dream activity, that blind people since birth dream in images. Several hypotheses suggest that these representations are a result of the collaboration between the activity of the visual cortex and the activity of other sensory organs, however it isn’t excluded that […]

‘After the Fact’ by Tony Fouhse

Tony Fouhse is an Ottawa-based photographer whose work includes elements of anthropology, sociology, portraiture, document and art. Most recently his projects have moved towards photo sequences that stress the narrative aspects of photography. The people, places and things he depicts in this new work are real, in the sense that they existed in front of […]

Seeking Inner Peace in ‘Jasper’ by Matthew Genitempo

Matthew Genitempo is an North American photographer and book publisher currently living and making work in Marfa, Texas. His first book, Jasper, published by Twin Palms, was photographed in the Ozark Mountains and is inspired by the poet and land surveyor, Frank Stanford. The poetic, caption-free sequencing, bounces between fact and fiction and suggests a […]

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 […]