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OCTOPUS GARDEN

MELANIE SCHOENIGER // Melanie is a photographer from Bavaria, Germany who studied design and has played around with a number of photographic experimental techniques, including cyanotype and lomography. Her series “Octopus Garden” has deeper meaning – she began it out of a deep sorrow about the impending and almost inevitable loss of the world´s coral […]

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AFRICAN BOLERO

MATTEO STULO // Matteo is an amateur photographer based in Paris, France, and his passion for photography began as a young adult living in Istanbul, Turkey. He shared a series of photographs from a modern dance performance, which was choreographed to Ravel’s Bolero, combining traditional East African dances and contemporary dance.

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SURFACE TENSION

RYAN McBRIDE // Ryan McBride is a Canadian photographer based in Winnipeg, a city whose layers and textures have been the main preoccupation of his photographic practice. In Surface Tension Ryan captured magic on and through a window in his own house during a lock-down.

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LIQUID ENTROPY

ALMA BIBOLOTTI // Alma Bibolotti is a photographer/artist from Bari in Southern Italy. Photography is an inner travel, her own way of dealing with emotions. Liquid entropy: the floating world is part of her ongoing project based on nature and offers a glimpse into Alma´s exploration of water textures and shapes as a subject.

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NO HORIZON

MAARTEN VROMANS // For his photo series ‘No Horizon’, Dutch photographer Maarten Vromans travelled by train through Switzerland in 2019. Movement is at the heart of his work and methods, so when he found himself on that journey, he decided to let the capture of movement take precedence over careful planning.

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ANALOG NATURE

MARIO ERMOLI // Mario is a photographer/artist from Milan, who began his professional photography activity in 1989 with portraits of Italian actors in the world of theatre. While he continues portrait work to this day, he also loves still life photography and has shared a set of images from his conceptual still-life series “Analog Nature”.