Sadie Cornette Cook – My Breath
On August 27, between 3:04 and 7:15 pm, Sadie Cornette Cook bent over a desk in the computer lab, scanning her breath.
Imogen Freeland – Birth of a Mother
In her series, 'Birth of a Mother', photographer Imogen Freeland documents an intimate, first-hand portrayal of newfound, unexpected motherhood.
Patrick Bienert – East End of Europe
Patrick Bienert travels to Georgia, the edge of Europe, to try and find an answer to the question of what Europe truly is.
Gucci’s latest digital campaign, #accidentalinfluencer, is an equal parts amusing and thought-provoking take on uniformity and imitation.
Tianxi Wang – So Long and Thanks for All the Fish 再见，谢谢所有的鱼
When Tianxi Wang was suddenly forced to move back to China, he found a new life on the banks of the river Hai, taking daily walks and documenting the sense of calm relaxation.
Shane Lavalette – New Monuments
Shane Lavalett'es 'New Monuments' was photographed in 2015 while working as a visiting artist at the American Academy in Rome, Italy.
Shaun Pierson – Alvine Road
Shaun Pierson's 'Alvine Road' loosely recreates childhood memories with his immediate family members as subjects in locations from his youth.
Shelli Weiler – ENJOY house
Shelli Weiler's 'ENJOY house' presents forms of escapist amusement as hostile and uninhabitable environments.
The Real Thing
Born on the black market, bootlegging has become a way to express oneself not only stylistically, but politically, to the extent of forming communities.
Jeano Edwards – Familiar Strangers
Brooklyn-based photographer Jeano Edwards feels himself drawn back to Jamaica from his home in the US to better understand his dual identity.
Middlesex University Presents: Masculinities
Middlesex University’s Fashion Styling and Communications department seeks to unpick and redefine masculinity by exploring it’s plethora of avenues through art.
Michele Vittori – Telepath
Michele Vittori's 'Telepath' takes him to the Fucino Teleport, Italy and the archives of Pisa University to imagine a world between reality and perception.
Now Look Here – The African Art of Appearance
White becomes black, stigma becomes beauty, a skivvy turns out to be a high priestess, and apparent footnotes to history are revealed as prominent figures.
Chaumont-Zaerpour – Things People Wear in Kenya
Kenya is a country with a young population, full of would-be consumers. Chaumont-Zaerpour’s 'Things People Wear in Kenya' is a photographic study of fashion as lived, worn, produced and consumed there.
Peter Funch – The Imperfect Atlas
Peter Funch's 'The Imperfect Atlas' addresses the passage of time and man’s continued and evolving effects on the environment through tri-color separations.
Bowei Yang – Soft Thorn
Bowei Yang's 'Soft Thorn' documents LGBTQI teenagers living in China and attempts to question their self-identity and awareness.