In conversation: Lexygius Sanchez Calip
Lexygius Sanchez Calip is a Filipino-American art practitioner and scholar whose practice and philosophy work in accord, investigating how his sensibilities discern into something tangible, and how that form it takes becomes wise and clever.
In conversation: Meg Peters
Meg Peters is a poet, human rights activist, writer, and former sailor. Born and raised in Connecticut, she has called many places home from Massachusetts to Italy. With an academic background in international law and global affairs, her poetry reflects changing global environments and the interpersonal experiences that occur in settings from the sea to large metropolitan cities.
The sense of Algerian identity permeated through the art of Leila Bakouche.
Leila Bakouche photographic storytelling practice creates a parallel dialogue around Algerian identity and intrinsic human behaviors.
Circular ceramics - In conversation with artist Sara Howard
At the exhibition, there was a collection of Sara’s ceramics on display, called ‘Circular Ceramics Collection: Cup, Bowl, and Plate’.
Intersecting scientific theories and human creativity: the poetic practice of interdisciplinary artist Kenneth Lambert
Kenneth Lambert’s conceptual approach captures the contemporary zeitgeist by transposing themes found in science to illuminate current social issues and rising anxieties of our time.
Embodying an Ecopsychological perspective, artist Itit Cheung builds a conversation around the notions of diversity, connection and Human rights.
Featured Thai-Chinese artist Weera It ITTITEERARAK, cross-disciplinarity practice focuses on climate issues and the post-pandemic era to bring awareness to ecophysiology and the importance of the environment's connection with humans.
In conversation: Mike Petrakis
We had the opportunity to interview Greek contemporary conceptual artist Mike Petrakis whose art is inspired by a wide range of ancient and contemporary urban imaginary to create a parallel dialogue around modern social and individual atmospheres.