Photographers Michal Solarski and Tomasz Liboska revisit a small town in Poland to explore the transient experiences of adolescence and escapism.
“You were the one leaning on history, the one inking smokestacks and empty trains, the one viewing frames from the floor. Leaving you was like shedding a skin, and I had to keep writing on the shell until it was over. My body knew before I did.”
Creative duo Teyosh imagines new vocabulary fabricated from contemporary online behaviours, which they explore in an interactive web of graphics and imagery.
There is a particular intimacy which Paul Gaffney’s project ‘We Make the Path by Walking’ acknowledges, the feelings that every person experiences but does not slow down to understand or allow themselves to accept. Written by Clare Callaghan.
Matthew Kay’s humorous diagram poems introduce poetry to the analytically precise world of statistics
Poems by Sharad Kalawar
Designer Sarah le Donne documents life in Istanbul as observed through the experience of riding the local bus.
The poetry of Evangelene Stevenson
In that drawn out expanse of suspension their eyes meet, for a second, before light shatters the calm and the noise swells up again, pulling people apart.