Liv Liberg (b. 1992) started photographing at the age of ten, and her four year younger sister Britt would become her muse. What started as child play developed into a serious passion and perhaps even some kind of an obsession for the siblings. They continued to interact in these intimate and playful settings for over…
Fascinated by scientific and pseudoscientific theories, Weronika Gęsicka’s (b. 1984, Poland) projects explore mnemonics and various mechanisms concerning human memory and veracity. Fundamental to her practice is archival material, which she sources from the internet. In her series ‘Traces’, Gęsicka presents playful and lively photomontages created with American stock photographs from the 1950s and 60s.
Stephen Gill (b. 1971, Bristol) is a British conceptual image maker who mainly draws inspiration from his immediate surroundings and constantly pushes the limits of the photographic medium to catalyze a unique, visual language in which documentary coincides with chance, experimentation and intervention.
‘Abisso’ (‘Abyssus’) by Alessio Pellicoro (b. 1994, Italy) provides an unexpected rendering of the shoreline running through Salento – the hometown of Pellicoro, who is experienced in exploring the intimacy of urban landscapes and local traditions of Southern Italy.
Nearly 50 years after its original release, Italian photographer Fulvio Ventura’s (b. 1941, Turin) long-awaited book ‘Sagacity’ is finally seeing the light of day. Published by The Ice Plant, the monograph is the result of numerous meetings with the author before his death in 2020, and demonstrates Ventura’s expertise in uninterrupted observation.
Joakim Kocjancic (b. 1975, Italy) was born to a Swedish mother and Italian father while his ancestors came from Slovenia, resulting in him having a Slavic surname. Throughout the past years, he lived in many European countries, learned numerous languages, and initially married a Belgian woman. Consequently, he never really identified with just one nationality…