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Joana Alarcão

Editor and Founder

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Joana Alarcão is a Portuguese Eco-artist and journalist that works primarily within the concepts of social/environmental justice and culture.Complementary to her studio practice she founded the online platform Insights of an Eco Artist and has worked with magazines such as Women to Women, African vibes, Gatekeeper, and the NGO Creative Conscious and Arts Help.


In conversation: Katerina Pravda

Conversation with artist Katerina Pravda whose artistic inclinations bow to the graceful intermingling of endangered species, elegant people, and their ever-changing environment.

Questioning current global atmospheres: artist Ken Clarry develops societal and non-violent political art interventions

Artist Ken Clarry examines the political and global cooperative atmospheres with a cross-disciplinary practice that makes us wary of concrete moral ideologies.

In conversation: Désirée Jung

The first of our new feature series, writer and illustrator, Désirée Jung takes the stand, leading us through her journey as an artist. With multiple poetry and fiction published in several magazines around the world, the Brazilian-born artist creates both illustrations, writings and videos capturing the essence of being a human in today's world.

Searching for authenticity artist Antonis Tsrouchas reflects individual and societal pressures.

The forthcoming practice of greek artist Antonis Tsrouchas whose openness around the subject of personal journey and struggles, remind us of the unmatched beauty of one's experience and character.

In conversation: Valentin Bakardjiev

We had the opportunity to interview award-winning multimedia artist Valentin Bakardjiev whose practice connects the past with the present using traditional techniques - focusing on creating a more sustainable practice: using natural, recycled and upcycled materials. Go have a look!

The values of freedom in art- Ai Weiwei the ceaseless voice for the voiceless.

The traditions of a fading society, the roots of ancient history weaving itself with the rich and dynamic imaginaries of the contemporary world.

In conversation:
Sarah Strachan

This interview offers an insight into the world of a transdisciplinary artist Sarah Strachan, who navigates environmental changes through meaningful engagements with people, landscapes, and materials. Through printmaking, painting, and ceramics, the artist crafts installations that blur the boundaries between art forms, often incorporating sound and moving imagery. Ultimately, her work beckons us to question habitual perspectives, inviting exploration of the liminal spaces found within objects, materials, and the spaces they forge.

In conversation: Leonardo Flores

Professional illustrator Leonardo Flores creates illustrations depicting
the relationship between the animal and the industrial. And how that is expressed both individually and collectively. We had the chance to interview Flores, who lead us through his experiences as an artist.

Interview with Interdisciplinary Visual Artist KristofLab

"Landscapes are transforming. The human footprint is so united with the natural environment that “untouched area” has become a separate concept, and human presence can be felt everywhere. "

Human and nature: the naturalistic paintings of Yaroslav Leonets

Featured Ukraine artist Yaroslav Leonets embodies the battle for communication and connection by exploring the atmospheres surrounding him while striving to portray the beauty behind nature and human interaction.

Because Representation Matters- Interview with the founder of They Did I Can Too.

In the Platform -They Did I Can Too – there are sections such as profiles on historical individuals, career information,and interviews of individuals from minority ethnic backgrounds.

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