Reading Time: 5 minutes Addy turns the camera on his own life for an ongoing series created during what feels like a never-ending stretch of isolation
Mind & Body
Reading Time: 2 minutes HART LËSHKINA discuss the subjects of skin and flesh within their work, and beyond it, during this period of social-distancing and isolation — the second in a new series inviting photographers to reflect on themes central to their practice
Reading Time: 3 minutes Influenced by the ideas of Donna Haraway, Hosokura’s latest publication breaks down the rigid binaries and definitions that give shape to our conception of what it means to be human
Reading Time: < 1 minute Abril wins the prestigious prize for her long term project highlighting stigmatised issues The History of Misogyny
Reading Time: 2 minutes Playing with the colour associated with love, sex, and death, Aaron McElroy presents a voyeuristic look into his ideas and memories
Reading Time: 5 minutes Laia Abril is no stranger to themes of distress. Bulimia, coping with the death of a child, the asexual community, virtual sex-performer couples – these are all topics that the Barcelona-based photographer has explored and attempted to demystify with her multi-layered, story-based practice. The subjects she tackles are complex and provocative, but ones she is able to connect with by way of female empathy, “where I can be involved emotionally”, she says.