June 2015 | In this issue we brought together artists that dealt with interiority, intimacy, marginality, or enigma.
Shin Noguchi’s street photography is an attempt to capture extraordinary moments of excitement, beauty and humanism, amongst the flow of everyday life.
The photography by Anais Boileau takes a humorous glimpse at a community of golden-skinned women in the South of France, as they lounge in the omnipresent sun.
Bela’s intimate black and white photographs of a Parisian banlieue expose not only the violence around him, but also the beauty, humour, and love.
Mapping the intersections between public and private spaces as zones of intimacy in Pune (India), by graphic designer Zuri Camille de Souza.
Daniel Greer’s photography explores the dichotomy of natural and man made landscapes with the intent of revealing the power structures in modern society.
Amanda Shirlow brings a humoristic childhood fantasy to life through photography and installation.
Max Renglet, AKA The Glitchers, finds secrets hidden in landscapes using a face detection software.
Collages by Michael Wall
Collages by Tyler Varsell