Zuri Camille de Souza looks at urban gardening and subaltern urban movements to understand the ways in which we interact in the liminal space between public and private land use.
The French illustrator Eloise Oddos talks about her series of dream illustrations and her creative process as an artist.
The incredible life and works of the man who discovered color photography.
Jose Miguel Buitrago, AKA Afrik, AKA Haiti, stitches together images and sound recordings to create hypnotic soundscapes.
Designer Sarah le Donne documents life in Istanbul as observed through the experience of riding the local bus.
Negotiating spaces and urban art in India. | An ongoing project curated by Zuri Camille de Souza
Inlands is the area that lies on the opposite of the horizon; it’s the land the lies inside us.
3615’s sketches are influenced by impressions she collected during the carnival season in Dunkerque, where she spent her childhood.
Canadian director Ryan McKenna talks to us about his short film, CONTROVERSIES.
Zisis Kardianos discovers visual appeal in a battered space of cheap and vulgar seasonality.