Paulina Masevnina takes us to the spring countryside, a place of awakening wet soil, budding trees, and earthy fragrance of mud-covered fields. Wake up and sprout and soak in the sun as well.
The eye-catching colors and simple lines of Spanish illustrator Cristina Daura’s artworks hide complex sceneries, all with an added hint of sarcasm and humor.
Video art poetry of Eden Mitsenmacher is like a sneak peek into the journal of your oversaturated mind. Click and disintegrate.
Take a stroll around the empty corridors of a momentarily abandoned bathhouse with stories untold wafting through the air and catch a glance of a fleeting mirror reflection as you pass by. Is this who you’re looking for?
An interplay of opposites harmoniously interwoven with each other, Von Roháč, like his poetry, opens with a seeming roughness only to surprise you with his tender soul.
Always on the lookout for the decisive moment to capture in its transience, Jakub Ra presents us a glimpse into the eerie world where a figure emerges from the deep blue glow hypnotising you with a piercing look.
Imagine Looney Tunes in the upside down with a pinch of devilish wasabi. Enter the magic forest, but beware the shadows, while the moon is red.
What does it mean to be (post)-human, living through the complexities of today’s world? Stretching over a long, exceptionally stormy weekend, Amsterdam’s festival Sonic Acts took us on a turbulent existential journey through the facets of art, technology, science and music forms.
Beata Cervin’s playful photography will confuse your brain with its pop colors and everyday objects turned into new, unexpected combinations.
Enter the world where darkness reigns through our photo report from one of the finest Berlin-based label’s birthday party.
Let Simone Lini Trivulzio colour your desires and mirror your deepest yearnings.
The straight line you follow may well have other dimensions. Let’s distort the cartesian coordinates to see what hides behind the corner. Enter the warped void.