Photography’s rules are made to be broken. Having become frustrated with the medium’s conventions, five artists discuss how sculpture, activism and X-rays keep photography alive in their work. Next up: Letha Wilson
For Giana De Dier, archives are the answer to her nation’s complex cultural history – and to spotlighting the forgotten figures from the canal-building era
The British-French artist calls his first encounter with photography a “brief flirtation”. Louise Benson traces how the relationship has developed in his dizzying installations, collages, and ideas of home
Inside a converted tractor shed with a tin roof, overlooking the moors of West Yorkshire, Yan Wang Preston connects to nature and embraces her roots
To coincide with the launch of Female in Focus 2021, Daneshmandi discusses her latest multimedia project, presented in the format of a dynamic spiral-bound calendar
By splicing found imagery from magazines and books, the artist teases out new narratives and rephotographs the result.