This work focuses on a family from Kosovo seeking asylum in Germany. They belong to the ethnic group of Ashkali, who form an ethnic minority of approx. 1% of the Kosovo’s population among the Albanian Kosovans majority.
Alexis Vasilikos’ photography represents the shrouded body as in its most primary form.
“My photography is intrinsically related to myself. A window to my true nature, the constant unconscious necessity to immortalize my most deepest thoughts are expressed in my self- portraits.”
Collage artist Anna Bu Kliewer fabricates an intriguing world in which faceless humans merge with nature, creating bizarre hybrids.
With a very unique approach, Heather Jones and Matthew Kay use montage techniques to create a form of visual poetry, in which seemingly arbitrary words are dissected from their original context (political speeches and webcam videos found on Youtube) and recombined as parts of a new literary body.
Zipeng Zhu is a designer in New York City who wants to make everyday a razzle-dazzle-musical. He currently works as the senior designer at Sagmeister & Walsch. Here’s a set of custom designs he made for our Physical Issue.