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Poulomi Basu – Eruptions

Poulomi Basu is an Indian transmedia artist, photographer, and activist whose work advocating for the rights of women has received wide attention. In her practice, she explores how the formation of identity intersects with geopolitics…

Richard Beaven: All Of Us

Over 2,000 years ago one of humanity's most profound thinkers, Aristotle, stated that the whole of our parts is greater than the sum. Collectively, the bits and pieces of all our differences can, theoretically, combine…

Sem Langendijk’s Docklands

Initiated in 2015, Sem Langendijk’s The Docklands Project is an analyses of the post-industrial city through the harbour area. Focusing on the high demand for living near the water, the project tries to get a…

The Education I Never Had

In search of a better life for his son, at the age of three, Vikram Kushwah was sent to boarding school in the Himalayan foothills, this being the place where he would spend his most…

Exploring ‘Nyamuliro’ with Ali Arrowsmith

Many of us have gone through a troubling period of knowing we have the creative wherewithal to make something worthwhile, but never quite knowing where exactly to channel that energy. For photographer and inter-disciplinary creative…

Behind The Bank With Alessandro Iovino

In the past twenty years, western society has grown faster than was possibly thought imaginable. In his photographic series, Behind The Bank, Alessandro Iovino expresses how climate change, the boom in technology, demographic growth and…

Matthew Eynon - Then There Was Us

An interview with Matthew Eynon

South Wales based photographer, Matthew Eynon, focuses his work towards street and documentary photography through the forms of society and subculture. We did a short interview with Matthew about his project, Swansea Mods.