In Conversation: Xiaodong YU
Xiaodong YU is a renowned Chinese artist who has made significant contributions to the world of printmaking and digital art. Xiaodong's artistic vision is deeply rooted in his advocacy for the balance between humans and nature and his works are a testament to his commitment to coexisting harmoniously with the environment, serving as a powerful reminder of the importance of environmental conservation.
In conversation: Xiaofan Jiang
Xiaofan Jiang is a transdisciplinary designer, artist, and the founder of Underground Art And Design. Jiang uses design-led methods to construct frameworks for engagement and story-telling, uplift voices for marginalized communities, and amplify their visions for a more equitable future.
In Conversation: Gulbin Ozdamar Akarcay
Gulbin Ozdamar Akarcay is a Turkish photographer and researcher whose works reflect her commitment to understand the cultural, ideological, environmental, and sociological order of the world, as well as the ordinary structures of daily life, by reading, using and producing images, which will hopefully open up new doors to the future.
In Conversation: Beata May
In Beata May's works, she emphasizes the independence of women and the heroism of many women across the world. As a painter, she works with brush and paint to create art that escapes the present showing a deep fascination for art as an experience, a dialogue, a story to be heard and comprehended.
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.
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.