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Warton

Liam Warton’s ongoing photo journal is motivated by his inner drive to express himself and bring clarity and a larger understanding to life. The motives and underlying themes are therefore founded in his own experiences and views – when it comes to notions of alternative portrayals of gender, mental illness, anxiety or simply an appreciation of the beauty of a ...
solitary

The internal world of solitary people Gabriel Isak uses photography as a metaphor for experiences of the soul by creating photographs that are simple in form, but rich in ideas and emotions. His imagery entails surreal and melancholic scenes inspired by the inner world of dreams and psychology, where he invites the viewer to interact with the […]

Left Behind is an ongoing project that started in 2013, when Isabella Stahl (b. 1984) returned to the rural north of Sweden where she grew up. It mainly takes place in the village Järvsö and it’s surroundings. In the series she revisits her memories of living in the small village as a child, and analyze […]

Edited by Odeta Catana, Photo Editor Johan Larsson Could you please tell us a little more about yourself? Johan Larsson, high school teacher and freelance photographer. I was born and raised in Sweden and I’m currently living in Jönköping. I was born in the mid 80’s in Skövde, a typical Swedish working class town, not […]

Edited by Odeta Catana, photography editor Photos of Hanna Ukura Flickr Could you please tell us a little more about yourself. Where do you live? I currently work as a freelance photographer here in Stockholm but my main goal is to travel as much as I can, leave Sweden, maybe live in a car? and […]

Sebastian Wesman's performance "A Blue Bird" is a stunning marriage of the classic and the contemporary, blurring the lines of traditional music and art.

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