Point B is a curated collection of artwork, spanning across a variety of creative media, that addresses the thematic of location, distance and trajectory. With this issue we were specifically interested in understanding how different artists would approach the idea of “over there:” a sense of remoteness rooted in spatial, temporal, or conceptual realms.
Jordy Van Den Nieuwendijk’s unique paintings are fluid, effortless and yet so vibrantly energetic that each artwork takes on a pulsating life of its own, seducing you with its organic motion.
We’re in love with Elevator Teeth’s fresh take on architectural spaces.
Claude Eigan is drawn to “non-places-” places void of human presence, places with no names or locations.
“I hope to immerse the viewer inside a twister of colors and textures that result in a sense of optimism and lightness.”
This body of work by Yael Eban consists of photographs taken in various deserts around the world.
Paul Juno’s psychedelic and otherworldly oil paintings takes the human eye on a transfixing journey through the perspective of a macro lens.
Joaquin Trujillo’s family portraits capture not only the beauty and dignity of the depicted individual but also the elegance of the Mexican culture, which romantically values grace, style and valour.
James Cooper’s charming illustrations depict a strange and surreal fantasy world, populated by a host of long-limbed creatures.
Lindsey Walker’s serigraph prints address the concept of shape and identity through the fluid nature of the ambiguous shape and its role as a universal signifier.