In Acid Mass, Joanne Leah takes us on a mysterious and eerie trip though a series of staged fairy tale crimes.
These dreamlike photographs, shot on infrared film to produce a hazy and distorted effect, speak to the inherent desire we have to deconstruct and reassemble fragmented images of our past.
“Anarchitecture” and “Landscape and Geometry” are a series of digital collages that investigate the relationship between artiﬁcial and natural components in architecture
Stephan Ferreira’s charming collages play with the manipulation of memory and the rearrangement of nostalgic scenes into new, artificial contexts.
We caught up with art director and collage artist Lacabezaenlasnubes, aka Fran Rodriquez, about the mind that lies behind his surreal and dreamy collages.
Ewa Doroszenko’s digital collage series, Collections of Interferences from the Hardangerfjord, draw on the affective and irrational side of our perception.